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The Faculty envisions the Executive Program for Nurses with specializations in Administration and Professorial Studies as preparing leaders for roles in healthcare organizations--both service and education. These roles are defined as those that advance, implement, and manage the practice of nursing and healthcare without primarily operating in one-to-one relationships with students or clients. Hence, the graduates of this program will have their major impact on nursing and healthcare by influencing other interdisciplinary healthcare providers and learners. All role preparation in the Department of Organization and Leadership, Executive Program for Nurses, is based upon an approach of open inquiry, scholarly pursuit, and the ability to synthesize knowledge from diverse disciplines.

Program Objectives - Master of Arts Degree

  • Evaluates the contribution of knowledge from related fields to the development of nursing science.
  • Engages in the application and evaluation of nursing theory to education and practice.
  • Uses both inductive and deductive strategies in examining the relevance of nursing science to nursing practice and education.
  • Formulates nursing research questions from practice situations.
  • Derives propositions from nursing theory for systematic investigation in education and practice.
  • Evaluates nursing research findings to advance nursing practice and education.
  • Applies knowledge from related disciplines in the area of role concentration.
  • Analyzes nursing issues in historical, political, social, and economic contexts.
  • Develops plan for translating knowledge acquired in program into future practice.
  • Articulates selected career role within a theoretical body of knowledge.
  • Incorporates knowledge from related disciplines into inquiry methods in nursing.

Degree Requirements

The Master of Arts degree in the Executive Program for Nurses requires 48 points beyond the baccalaureate degree. The program must include a minimum of 12 points from the major field.

The Capstone Project is a requirement for a Master's Degree during the semester in which a student applies for the Master's degree. Details are provided in "Guidelines for the Capstone Project," which can be obtained in the office of the Executive Program for Nurses and through Faculty Advisors. Although this requirement must be completed during the last semester of study, the student is encouraged to begin the Project in the semester prior to the one in which graduation is planned.

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เต็มเวลา (48 ชั่วโมงเรียน)

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US$41,736.00 (฿ 1,300,490) ต่อปี
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ประมาณ กันยายน 2021

สถานที่

Columbia University

116th Street, 2960 Broadway,

New York,

10027, United States

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สำหรับนักเรียนสหรัฐอเมริกา

Other English Language Requirements:  The minimum TOEFL score expected is 600 (written) or 250 (computer version).

สำหรับนักเรียนนานาชาติ

Applicant must have Baccalaureate degree with Cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or better in undergraduate coursework. Applicants are expected to formally document fulfillment of this requirement upon admission and Current Registered Nurse Licensure in a state in the United States of America or in a province of Canada and One year of continuous post-baccalaureate fulltime nursing or healthcare management experience is required for administration studies.

English Language Requirement

Applicant must have minimum TOEFL score of 100 internet based (IBT), 600 paper-base exam (PBT) and minimum IELTS score of 7.0

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