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Program description

Nursing

The MS program is a part-time, online degree open to registered nurses with a minimum of a baccalaureate degree in nursing from a program nationally accredited by CCNE or NLNAC. The MS program has two concentrations: 1) Nurse Educator (NE) and 2) Nurse Leader (NL).

Admission requirements

For more information about admission requirements, please check the university website


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Program content

  • Medical Terminology
  • Developmental Influences on Health
  • ReNEW Distance Foundations
  • Introduction to Baccalaureate Nursing
  • Cultural Diversity in Family Health Care
  • Health Assessment in Nursing Practice
  • Professional Nursing
  • Health Assessment
  • Health Psychology
  • Bridging Nursing Paradigms
  • Fundamentals of Professional Nursing Practice
  • Adult Health I
  • Nursing Practicum: Adult Health I
  • Health Promotion in Professional Nursing Practice
  • Health Promotion
  • Health Assessment and Clinical Judgment
  • Foundations of Professional Nursing Roles
  • Professional Nursing Acute/Chronic Illness
  • Professional Nursing Acute/Chronic Illness Practicum
  • Nursing Fundamentals and Laboratory
  • Introduction to Professional Nursing
  • Health Assessment and Promotion
  • Nursing Care in Acute and Chronic Illness
  • Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing
  • Nursing Care in Acute and Chronic Illness Practicum
  • Adult Health II
  • Care of the Older Adult
  • Mental Health and Illness
  • Nursing Practicum: Adult Health
  • Professional Nursing Care in Complex Illness
  • Professional Nursing Care of Older Adults
  • Professional Nursing Care in Mental Health and Illness
  • Professional Nursing Care in Complex Illness Practicum
  • Nursing Externship
  • Application of Evidence in Nursing Practice
  • Evidence-Based Nursing
  • Public/Community Health Nursing
  • Leadership in Nursing
  • Nursing Leadership
  • Public Health Nursing
  • Nursing Care of Children and Families
  • Nursing Practicum: Family and Public Health
  • Public/Community Health
  • Community as Client
  • Health Disparities
  • Population Health
  • Healthcare Informatics
  • Heathcare Informatics in Professional Nursing Practice
  • Professional Nursing Care of Populations
  • Professional Nursing Care of Children and Families
  • Professional Nursing Care of Populations Practicum
  • Vulnerable Populations and Mental Health
  • Nursing Care of Vulnerable Populations Practicum
  • Nursing Care of the Young Family
  • Nursing Care of the Young Family Practicum
  • Independent Study in Nursing
  • Nursing Senior Capstone
  • Nursing Integration
  • Special Topics in Nursing
  • Cultural and International Health Care Immersion
  • Leadership in Heathcare Today
  • Leading Nursing Practice
  • Healthcare Systems and Policy
  • Innovation in Nursing Practice
  • Contemporary Nursing Practice
  • Professional Nursing Leadership
  • Capstone Practicum
  • Professional Nursing Capstone Practicum
  • RN/BSN Capstone Project
  • Pharmacotherapy for Primary Care Practitioners
  • Advanced Pathophysiology for Primary Care Practitioners I
  • Advanced Pathophysiology for Primary Care Practitioners II
  • Theoretical Foundations in Nursing: Exploring Learning and Leadership
  • Becoming a Leader
  • Evidence-Informed Decision-Making
  • Leadership Within Health Care Systems
  • Rural and Global Population Health and Policy
  • Science of Quality Improvement and Safety
  • Advanced Leadership Strategies
  • Curriculum Development
  • Business of Healthcare
  • Teaching Methodologies and Evaluation
  • Integrated Advanced Pathophysiology, Pharmacology, and Assessment
  • Advancing Healthcare Transformation through Academic-Practice Partnerships
  • Practicum: Rural Healthcare Leadership
  • Independent Advanced Study
  • Advanced Issues in Health
  • Foundations of Integrative Advanced Practice Nursing
  • Evidence-based Practice for Advanced Practice Nursing I
  • Health Behavior Change I: Foundations
  • Evidence-based Practice for Advanced Practice Nursing II
  • Health Behavior Change II: Primary Prevention and Wellness
  • Advanced Health Assessment and Clinical Decision-Making for Nurse Practitioners
  • Advanced Health Assessment and Clinical Decision-Making for Family Nurse Practitioners
  • Health Behavior Change III: Secondary and Tertiary Prevention
  • Leadership in Advanced Practice Nursing
  • Health Communication/Informatics
  • Innovative Practice Models
  • Practicum: Therapeutic Interventions Across the Lifespan
  • Practicum: Diagnosis and Management of the Psychiatric Client for the PMHNP I
  • Practicum: Diagnosis and Management of the Psychiatric Client for the PMHNP II
  • Doctor of Nursing Practice Seminar
  • Wellness for Adults in Primary Care
  • Practicum for Wellness in Primary Care
  • Primary Care for Children, Adolescents, and Families
  • Practicum for Primary Care for Children, Adolescents, and Families
  • Primary Care for Acute & Chronically Ill Adults
  • Practicum for Primary Care for Acute & Chronically Ill Adults
  • Primary Care for Acute & Chronically Ill Adults II
  • Practicum for Primary Care for Acute & Chronically Ill Adults II
  • Neurobiology, Assessment, and Psychopharmacology for Advanced Practice Mental Health Nursing
  • Psychotherapy Models and Theories for Advanced Practice Mental Health Nursing
  • Advanced Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing Diagnosis and Management for the Adult, Older Adult, and Vulnerable Populations
  • Advanced Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing Diagnosis and Management for the Child and Adolescent
  • DNP Project I
  • DNP Project II
  • Final DNP Practicum
  • Practicum in College Teaching
  • Continuing Registration: Off Campus
  • Thesis Research

Qualification

Expected Student Learning Outcomes

M.S. Graduate are prepared to ensure better care, better health, and lower costs through their knowledge, skills, and abilities to:

  1. Lead change for quality care outcomes; implement safe, quality care to diverse patients in a variety of settings and roles;
  2. Apply teaching/learning principles to the design, implementation, and evaluation of growth in individuals or groups in a variety of settings;
  3. Build and lead interprofessional care teams;
  4. Design innovative nursing practices;
  5. Translate evidence into practice;
  6. Promote a healthy work environment for sustainability of the work force.

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University of Wyoming

The University of Wyoming is located in the safe and inviting college town of Laramie, Wyoming. Laramie is a community located about two hours north of the large, metropolitan city of Denver, Colorado. Laramie is nestled in a valley at...


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University of Wyoming

1000E University Avenue
82071 Laramie
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