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NURS 465 Leadership and Management in Nursing

This course focuses on concepts related to individual development and contextual knowledge necessary to prepare nurses to act as leaders and advocates in a variety of health-related environments. Students will analyze the roles of the baccalaureate prepared nurse within systems, utilizing holistic, anti-racist, equity-oriented, theory, and evidence-based principles.


4 Undergraduate credits

Effective August 1, 1998 to present

Learning outcomes


  • Articulate an individualized professional development plan utilizing the framework of self-care, reflective practice, and lifelong learning
  • Integrate components of leadership, system, and related nursing theories into professional nursing practice
  • Discuss effective principles of communication, teamwork, and collaboration to promote optimal group and/or client outcomes
  • Apply concepts of quality and safety within a health care context
  • Describe basic principles of fiscal and human resource management
  • Demonstrate basic knowledge of healthcare policy, finance, and regulatory environments
  • Critique current issues related to professional nursing practice and global health

Spring 2024

Section Title Instructor books eservices
50 Leadership and Management in Nursing Nkemnji-Enohnyaket, Miriam Books for NURS-465-50 Spring 2024 Course details for NURS-465-50 Spring 2024