MS/MPA in nursing administration

The critical and complex nature of our healthcare system requires nurses to play an increasingly important role. To this end, the dual Masters of Science (MS) - Master of Public Administration program in Nursing Administration emphasizes an interdisciplinary approach to both management and policy. This prepares nurses for leadership roles in nonprofit and private sectors healthcare organizations, including acute care, home care, public health, and community-based agencies.

This program is administered in partnership with Hunter College/Bellevue School of Nursing.

The full- and part-time 57-credit programs (24 MPA and 33 MS) emphasize multidisciplinary approaches to management and policy. Students complete public affairs classes (PAF) at Baruch College and the nursing classes (NURS) on the Bellevue campus of Hunter College.

Students apply to the Hunter College/Bellevue School of Nursing and are matriculated as Hunter College students. To learn more about the program, contact Dr. David Keepnews.