MSN - Nursing Leadership in Healthcare

The innovative Nursing Leadership in Healthcare (NLH) track is designed to provide aspiring and current nursing leaders the expertise needed to respond to the complex challenges of today’s evolving healthcare system.

Assuming a management role within a healthcare organization, whether as a charge nurse or director of a service line or department, requires clinical expertise, as well as people skills, the ability to work with others to solve complex problems, and strategic thinking.

This program will help you to refine these skills, while giving you the tools to become an effective change agent, improve the quality of care, and advance your career.

Upon completion of the MSN-NLH program you will be prepared to assume leadership and administrative positions in inpatient, outpatient and community-based healthcare settings.

Potential Career Tracks:

  • Clinical Nurse Manager
  • Chief Nursing Officer
  • Director of Nursing
  • Nurse Administrator
  • Executive Director
  • Care Mgmt. Coordinator
  • Health Director
  • Medical Director
  • Clinical Nurse Leader
  • Asst. Nurse Manager
  • Quality Improvement Manager
  • Safety Manager
  • Risk Manager

An exciting feature of the NLH curriculum is the opportunity to take leadership courses in Gonzaga's Master’s in Organizational Leadership program, which allows for collaboration with a diverse group of professionals who are dealing with similar challenges in their organizations as those faced by nursing leaders.

RN to MSN Option Available

Questions?
Contact: 

Amy Smith
Call or Text (509) 313-6243 or (866) 380-5323
Email: smitha2@gonzaga.edu