Master of Science in Nursing – Clinical Nurse Leader

The LECOM Master of Science in Nursing – Clinical Nurse Leader (MSN-CNL) program is comprised of 16 courses separated by distinct domains that build upon the foundations of nursing practice, including current trends and issues in health care systems and nursing services; clinical performance improvement that focuses on quality and care outcomes; and the delivery of a highly responsive, effective, efficient, and cost-conscious health care services. LECOM’s MSN-CNL prepares to practice registered nurses to tackle the complexities of healthcare delivery systems through the achievement of the curricular and competencies expectations for the clinical nurse leader.

The MSN-CNL curriculum builds upon the undergraduate concepts of nursing practice; advancing the knowledge, skills, and attitude required to address the needs of the individual, group, community, population, or the nation involving the principles and roles of advanced practice nursing; advanced concepts in clinical nursing practice; and focused learning on health care system finance and management, informatics, quality and safety, law and ethics, performance improvement and clinical outcomes, and research and evidence-based practice.