Graduate Certificate in Nursing Leadership and Administration of Health Care Systems FAQ

Am I eligible for the Graduate Certificate in Nursing Leadership and Administration of Health Care Systems program?

Admission to the Graduate Certificate in Nursing Leadership and Administration of Health Care Systems is open to registered nurses who have earned: A bachelor’s degree in nursing with a least one year of leadership experience, or a bachelor’s degree (non-nursing) with at least one year of leadership experience

Do you offer financial aid?
How much will it cost?

In addition to the tuition costs, you should plan for costs associated with purchasing textbooks, as well as your Internet and phone charges. There is also a student services fee assessed annually, so your final program costs will be dependent on how long it takes you to complete your degree. See these pages for current information:

What can I do with a Master’s in Nursing certificate?

This online Master’s in Nursing certificate program meets the needs of registered nurses wanting to effectively inform and influence decision making, and advance quality nursing leadership across the health care system. Completion of the program will open new career opportunities in a variety of health care settings. This will help address the shortage of nurses by developing nursing leaders who can create patient care delivery systems that effectively leverage human, financial, and technological resources to achieve evidence-based, fiscally responsible, quality outcomes.