Graduate Minor in Nursing Leadership in Health Systems Management

About the Graduate Minor

The graduate minor in Nursing Leadership in Health Systems Management focuses on development of a leadership style and skillset essential for nurses in or seeking administrative roles. The program provides the student with information and strategies to problem solve, make decisions, resolve conflict, and operationalize the mission and goals of the healthcare delivery organization. In addition, the program guides development of essential skills for supervisory and management positions that help professionals perform in their expanded roles and grow as emerging leaders. Emphasis will be placed on fiscal and organizational management, strategic planning, integrated quality outcomes measurement, organizational structures, marketing, and management of human resources within organizations.

Admission Requirements

  • Current enrollment in a master's program at Drexel University
  • GPA of 3.0 and above
  • Standardized Tests: None
  • Transcripts: Not required
  • Prerequisites: N/A
  • References: Not required
  • Personal Statement/ Essay: Personal statement describing interest in minor and relevance to career goals
  • Interview/Portfolio: Not required
  • CV/Resume: Required

Tuition and Fee Rates

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Program Requirements

Required Courses
NUPR 663Communication and Self-Awareness for Leadership4.5
NUPR 664The Economics and Business of Healthcare4.5
NUPR 665Managing Operations and Human Resources for Quality Outcomes of Care Delivery 4.5
PROJ 501Introduction to Project Management3.0
Total Credits16.5

Additional Information

For more information, contact:

Sam Price
Senior Academic Advisor
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