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Master of Science in Nursing - MSN (teach-out in progress) | University of Memphis

Master of Science in Nursing - MSN (teach-out in progress)

Major: Nursing
Concentration: Nursing Administration
University of Memphis
Credit Hours Required: 36

Learning Outcomes

Overall Program Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the Master's program, graduates will:

  • Demonstrate knowledge and competencies in advanced nursing practice, teaching (in the classroom and in clinical settings) and administration
  • Integrate specialized knowledge and theories from nursing and related disciplines into advanced nursing roles
  • Use research to validate and refine knowledge relevant to advanced nursing roles
  • Practice advanced nursing roles in collaborative relationships across disciplines and in partnership with communities (i.e., nursing education, nursing administration, nursing informatics and advanced clinical practice)
  • Manage the healthcare of clients within legal, ethical and professional standards
  • Improve the health of clients among diverse population groups
  • Promote positive changes in healthcare delivery, health policies and nursing practice

Overall Student Learning Outcomes

Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) are measurable statements that express what a student will know, do, or think at the end of the learning experience. They are consistent with standards of professional practice, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (ACCN) 2011 Master's Essentials of Master's Education in Nursing and MSN Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) which are shown above. The SLOs are developed and approved by faculty who are experts in their field and are reviewed annually to assess program effectiveness and guide programmatic improvements. Click here to review the current MSN Student Learning Outcomes.