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The Master’s Degree in Nursing aims to train health professionals who can express advanced nursing, educational, and preventive skills in response to priority problems of population health and quality of services.

Our program fosters an integrated approach to the organizational and managerial problems of the health professions. This comprehensive approach respects each individual’s unique competencies, ensuring a well-rounded mastery of health management techniques and procedures. The acquired methodological knowledge enables them to intervene in the training and research processes peculiar to the fields above. Indeed, graduates will be healthcare professionals capable of designing and managing innovative interventions aimed at continuous improvement of their clinical practice, using the most up-to-date methodologies in management, technology, pedagogy, and application of research evidence.

They will have an educational background that will enable them to assume professional leadership and advisory roles in contexts where the health professions operate. They will, therefore, be able to perform teaching, mentoring, instructional design, coordination, and organizational leadership functions.

Educational Objectives and Methodology

The Master of Science in Nursing aims to train graduates with knowledge and skills appropriate to the organizational management of nursing care staff. To this end, the proposed educational offerings enable students to acquire appropriate organizational, interpersonal, and teaching skills and scientific, technical, and ethical knowledge.

Master of Science in Nursing graduates possess the following skills:

  • Manage the human and technological resources available for the organization of health services, express skills in health economics and business organization;
  • Verify in various health care settings the effectiveness of planned interventions in the specific areas of health care organization and employ in the area of health service organization the methods and tools of research;
  • Design and implement systems for the processing of scientific data, their management, and use in various application contexts;
  • Plan, implement, and verify training interventions for refresher and continuing education afferent to the relevant health facilities in basic, complementary, and continuing education, teaching, and coordination skills for the specific professional figure.
Job opportunities

The Master of Science in Nursing degree provides the student with advanced training to access roles of responsibility in care, management, training, and research processes in one of the fields relevant to the health professions. 

One of the unique benefits of the Master of Science in Nursing degree is the pathway it provides to doctoral schools. These schools are designed to prepare students for research in various areas, including health care, economic sciences, and anthropological sciences. This further exploration of care in synergy with medical, economic, and psycho-social components is a valuable opportunity for those passionate about advancing the field.

Curricular Program (57 CH)
    ECO/530 – Health Care Management
    ECO/550 – Aspects of Corporate Health Economics
    ENG/510 – Efficacy Communication and Public Speaking in the Health Professions
    MAT/150 – Foundation of Probability and Statistics
    NUR/560 – Care Pathways I
    NUR/570 – Leadership in Health Systems
    NUR/590 – Nursing Ethics, Health Policy, and Politics
    NUR/600 – Research Methodology in Nursing
    NUR/620 – Theory and Methods of Professional Management and Applications in Nursing
    NUR/660 – Care Pathways II
    PED/620 – Tutorial Teaching and Applied Teaching Methods in Nursing
    PED/630 – Health Education and Health Pedagogy
    PSY/650 – Clinical Psychology
    SOC/ Sociological Survey
  2. INTERNSHIPS (6 CH – 360 hours)
  3. RESEARCH (6 CH)
    BUS/690 – Capstone Project
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