The Baker College Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program offers two tracks—Administrative Track or Education Track—to prepare you for a leadership position in the career field you choose. Each Track builds upon your knowledge and experience by combining advanced nursing knowledge with specialized skills to help you achieve your individual potential.
The MSN core curriculum—required for both Tracks—provides a foundation that addresses the challenges of today’s healthcare, with courses in leadership and ethics, quality improvement, healthcare technologies, and more.
As a student in the MSN Administrative Track, you will also develop the knowledge and skills essential to managing health-related organizations, such as finance, human resources, and quality management.
In the MSN Education Track, your courses will include advanced health assessment, pharmacology and pathophysiology along with instructional strategies, curriculum development and evaluation strategies.
Both Tracks combine classroom studies with a practicum in your selected area of interest. By studying under, and working with, industry professionals in real-world environments, you learn how to effectively apply principles, theory, and research to develop your skills and competencies.
As a MSN program graduate, you’ll have both the knowledge and experience that will enable you to successfully advance in your career.