Clinical Nurse Leader, Certificate
For further information: NursingGrad@southernct.edu
October 1 for admission into the spring semester and February 15 for admission into the fall semester.
Accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, the Department of Nursing offers a graduate program leading to the Master of Science degree with tracks in nursing education, clinical nurse leader and family nurse practitioner. In addition, family nurse practitioner, clinical nurse leader, and nursing education certificate programs are offered for professional nurses who already hold master's degrees in nursing. Full- or part-time study is available.
Students have the option of completing either a thesis or special project to complete program requirements. The option selected will be determined when initially signing the specific Plan of Study for the program.
Program Sequence - 21 Credits
As sequencing changes, it is highly recommended that students meet with their program advisor to finalize a list of requirements for graduation.
Cognate Courses/Other Requirements
NUR 526 – Advanced Health Assessment (must earn a grade of "B" or higher) – 3 credits
NUR 521 – Advanced Pathophysiology (must earn a grade of "B" or higher) – 3 credits
NUR 524 – Advanced Pharmacology (must earn a grade of "B" or higher) – 3 credits
Clinical Component & Role Function
NUR 530 – Role of the Clinical Nurse Leader I (must earn a grade of "B" or higher) – 6 credits
NUR 531 – Role of the Clinical Nurse Leader II (must earn a grade of "B" or higher) – 6 credits
*It is understood that continuance in the Nursing program is contingent upon on-going faculty evaluation of my academic performance, performance in real and/or simulated professional training situations, and ethical and appropriateness of responses and behavior. Any modification must be approved in writing by the MSN coordinator.