Nursing & Healthcare Administration
The Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing is educating the next generation of nursing executives with the clinical and administrative skills to shape nursing and health care teams and improve the overall delivery of patient care.
There is no better time to advance your career. The health care industry is the nation’s second-largest employer, and the Chicago-area market holds tremendous employment potential for nursing and health care administration graduates. As a graduate of Loyola's MSN in Nursing & Health Care Administration, you will be poised to become a leader in the health care arena with expertise in budgets, health care policy and regulations, and management best practices. You will learn from faculty with extensive experience in leading health care organizations. And with Loyola Nursing's extensive relationships with health care providers and organizations, you can take advantage of variety of career and internship opportunities.
Loyola's MSN in Nursing and Health Care Administration is a hybrid program with both online courses and annual Immersion sessions.
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