1. What is the Nursing Leadership - Clinical Operations track?

The Nursing Leadership - Clinical Operations track is designed for career-minded, baccalaureate-prepared registered nurses who are ready to assume even greater responsibility and reap the benefits of expanded career opportunities. Graduates typically take on managerial and administrative roles (i.e CNO, Director, Unit Manager) after graduating from the program. Graduates are uniquely prepared to meet the demands and develop traits of the nursing leader.

2. When does the Nursing Leadership - Clinical Operations track start?

The track admits in the Fall (begins in August) and Spring (begins in January). The enrollment period for the Fall start is December 1 - June 30. The enrollment period for the Spring start is July 1 - November 30.

3. How long does it take to complete the track?

This is an 18 month program, over a total of five semesters. Students take no more than 2 classes at one time to promote a healthy work, life, school balance.

4. How many credits to complete?

Track is 33 credits (150 direct clinical hours)

5. Is the track online?

The track is offered completely online.

6. When do clinicals start?

Students will begin their direct clinicals in the second semester of the program. Clinical sites must be set up by the end of the first semester of the program.

7. Does MCCN help with clinical setup?

MCCN has a full-time Clinical Coordinator that will place students in an appropriate clinical setting that ensures they have a well-rounded experience. It is the student responsibility to secure a preceptor and clinical site.

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