Oct 23, 2021  
2021-2022 University Catalog 
    
2021-2022 University Catalog

Nursing, Nursing Leadership Concentration, M.S.


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(30-36 UNITS)

Master of Science in Nursing


The Master of Science in Nursing prepares students for a specialty focus to expand their career options. The program is designed to foster interdisciplinary collaborative skills and independent functioning within a focused specialty area, called an M.S. concentration. Current M.S. concentrations are Nursing Leadership, School Nursing, Nurse Educator and Women’s Health Care. Within the Women’s Health Care concentration, students will choose an emphasis as either a nurse midwife or women’s health nurse practitioner. The Nursing Leadership, School Nursing and Women’s Health Care concentrations are flexible, allowing for either full-time or part-time study. High quality resources, both on and off campus, are available for the M.S. concentrations.

Application Deadlines


The Graduate Nursing program accepts applications for the fall semester only.

The CSUF application period opens the previous Oct. 1, and closing date depends on enrollment across the campus. It is best to apply as soon as applications are open. Applications may be accessed online at: calstate.edu/apply.

All nursing concentrations have a priority deadline of Feb. 1. Applications received after that date will be considered on a space available basis until the program is full or the university closes admissions.

Admission Requirements and Procedures


School of Nursing admission requirements and application procedures vary by program and concentration. The School of Nursing and university application procedures can be found on the school’s website: nursing.fullerton.edu.

Grade Requirements


A “B” (3.0) or better is required in all courses except NURS 502 , NURS 505B , NURS 507  and NURS 508 , for which a “C” (2.0) or better is required.

Nursing Leadership Concentration


The Nursing Leadership concentration is offered in campus-based and online formats, utilizing distance methodologies. Community-based mentors are contracted to work with students in practicum settings. In consultation with an advisor, mentors and practicum sites are matched to students’ individual interests and goals. The concentration includes a project and is offered on a part-time or full-time schedule basis.

Total Units (30-36)


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