Illinois State University

North and School Streets, Normal, IL 61790-1000

Program Details

The online MSN / Nursing Systems Administration degree program from Illinois State University is designed to prepare nurses for leadership opportunities throughout changing healthcare environments. Graduates of the program are able to:

  • ​Advocate for compassionate patient-centered care with a commitment to serve vulnerable populations
  • ​Lead and evaluate safe and effective change for improved quality in practice and health care systems
  • ​Advance a culture of excellence through lifelong learning and scholarly inquiry in a complex health care system
  • Apply ethical and policy analyses to assess, intervene, and evaluate care delivery in and across healthcare systems
  • ​Foster and lead collaborative interprofessional care teams to provide individual, family, and population based care
  • ​Navigate and integrate services across the healthcare system that promote ethical, cost-effective, and innovative change
  • ​Translate evidence into practice within an interprofessional healthcare system
  • ​Use communication and information technology to collaborate with healthcare consumers and providers across the healthcare system

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    Program Overview

    • Degree Level:
      Master
    • Delivery Format:
      Mostly Online
    • Completion Time:
      36
    • Tuition Basis :
      Per Semester Credit
    • In State Rate:
      $389.00
    • Out of State Rate:
      $808.00
    • Additional Fees :
      $2,946.24
    • Fees Overview :
      • General Fees (per credit): $81.84
    • Estimated Degree Cost - In State:
      $16,950.24
    • Estimated Degree Cost - Out Of State:
      $32,034.24
    • International Students Accepted:
      Yes
    • Accelerated Degree:
      No

    Requirements

    • Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree from an NLN-accredited program or from a program accredited by the commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)
    • Minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale for the last 60 semester hours of undergraduate course work; to include courses in which the student is currently enrolled
    • Evidence of satisfactory completion of statistics, nursing research, and physical assessment courses with a grade of a C or better at the baccalaureate level
    • Satisfactory completion of a graduate level statistics course
    • An intensive full-day orientation is provided to prepare new students with the tools necessary for a quality graduate experience.

    Accreditation & Licensing

    North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission

    Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education

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