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Storm Advisory for Sunday, Jan. 20

A winter storm warning remains in effect for Hartford County until 7 p.m. today. Residential students are asked to postpone their return to campus to Monday afternoon or, for those whose class schedules allow, Tuesday. Students, please do not travel to and arrive on campus today.

Hartt Community Division activities today and this evening are canceled.

Program Requirements and Course Detail

Master of Science in Nursing

34 Total Credits

  • 16 Core Credits
  • 9 Cognate/elective Credits
  • 9–10 Specialization Credits 

Master of Science in Nursing Core

NUR 609: Perspective Transformation I: Socialization into a Community of Scholarly Caring (3 credits)

NUR 610: Theoretical Perspectives in Nursing (3 credits)

NUR 619: Scholarly Inquiry in Nursing (3 credits)

NUR 621: Advanced Nursing Practice (3 credits)

NUR 633: Perspective Transformation II (3 credits)

Nursing Education Specialization

NUR 615: Theories of Learning and Teaching for the Health Professions (3 credits)

NUR 627: Theoretical Basis of Nursing Education (3 credits)

NUR 631: Practicum and Seminar in Nursing Education (3–4 credits)

Nursing Management Specialization

NUR 600: Theories of Economics and Finance for Nurse Administrators (3 credits)

NUR 625: Theoretical Basis of Nursing Management (3 credits)

NUR 630: Practicum and Seminar in Nursing Management (3–4 credits)

Public Health Specialization

NUR 651: Epidemiology (3 credits)

NUR 629: Theoretical Basis of Public Health Nursing (3 credits)

NUR 661: Practicum and Seminar in Public Health Nursing (3–4 credits)

* Cognates/elective courses are selected from nursing and other disciplines to support a student’s specialization.

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