The Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program builds upon a baccalaureate education to prepare graduates for advanced roles is nursing education and leadership. Emphasis is placed on nursing theory, research and practice to facilitate personal and professional development. The MSN program is divided into two separate specializations: nurse educator and nurse leader.
The Master of Organizational Leadership (MOL) program enhances students’ critical thinking, higher order reasoning and ethical virtue as leaders. The MOL utilizes the principles of leadership and their application to real-world leadership challenges. The program is open to current and prospective leaders at all levels within any organization.
The Master of Education (MED) program provides learning opportunities that address the professional development needs of today’s educator. By design, the program leads to the advancement of knowledge and instructional skills that provide the foundation for quality classroom instruction. The MED offers two specializations: P-12 reading and Teaching and Curriculum.
The open houses will offer prospective graduate school students the opportunity to meet with professors and current students and provides participants with in-depth information about the degree programs. For additional information, contact Keith Ramsdell, Director of Graduate Admissions, at 419-517-8881 or email [email protected].