NSG7000: Organization and Systems Leadership for Nursing

Area of Study
Credits 4.0
The course emphasizes leadership development for complex organizations and systems through a process of self-inquiry. The developmental needs of the student are identified. Unique leadership characteristics are examined and enhanced under the lens of transformational change. Course content focuses on synthesis of theoretical leadership concepts with personal and professional values. The learner will incorporate the five pillars of the conceptual framework into administrative experiences. Topics are rooted in teaching solutions to real problems facing contemporary business leaders. The content emphasizes leadership development, core business skills, ethical comportment and social responsibility. The outcome of the course is a deeper knowledge of leadership, greater confidence, and a keen awareness of the values that guide executive decisions. A grade of B or better is necessary to successfully complete this course.


Admission to the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program