Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing 2016-2018 by UC Davis

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Catalog Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing 2016-2018

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betty irene moore school of nursing betty irene moore school of nursing at uc davis education building sacramento campus uc davis health system 916-734-2145 http nursing.ucdavis.edu the betty irene moore school of nursing at uc davis advances health and ignites leadership through innovative education transformative research and bold system change the school cultivates academic excellence through immersive interprofessional and interdisciplinary education and research in partnerships with the communities it serves faculty staff and students discover and disseminate knowledge to advance health improve quality of care and shape policy the school was launched through a $100 million commitment from the gordon and betty moore foundation the nation s largest grant for nursing education the betty irene moore school of nursing cultivates academic excellence and addresses urgent societal needs through • leadership development—build capacity for advocacy and action at all levels

142 betty irene moore school of nursing of care to address population health all students must take core academic courses and complete a comprehensive exam as well as 1,530 hours of supervised clinical practice master of science—leadership ideal students for the nursing science and health-care leadership master of science—leadership track are those with experience or interest in transforming health care through nursing education and research they want to focus on important societal health issues through the work of advancing health and improving the systems that provide health services graduates of this program are prepared for academic and leadership positions graduates exercise leadership through scientific thinking responsibility initiative cultural inclusiveness knowledge of organizations and system change teamwork and a commitment to healthy communities the m.s.—leadership program is a full-time professional degree program that prepares graduates for health

betty irene moore school of nursing preparing for the study of nursing the nursing science and health care leadership graduate degree program is ideal for students who 143 tation units as full-time students after the qualifying exam until the dissertation is complete • ph.d students are expected to complete the program in four years • see problems in health care and think of solutions • find value in diversity of thought belief language and culture master of health services—physician assistant studies degree program applying for admission admission requirements betty irene moore school of nursing students are admitted during fall term only for the master of science—leadership and doctor of philosophy programs and summer term only for the master of science—nurse practitioner program master of health services— physician assistant studies program and master’s entry program in nursing students applying for the physician assistant

144 betty irene moore school of nursing ate-level core courses—health status and care systems implementation science leadership in health care quantitative skills for change community connections and an informatics course—and the master s degree seminar are required courses for the master s-degree program degree program requirements • full-time enrollment 13-16 units per quarter is required • a final capstone portfolio project and a comprehensive final exam are required no thesis is required • students work with their advisers to select electives appropriate to their areas of interest • m.s.n students are expected to complete the program in six 6 quarters • a master s thesis is required • students in the master’s entry program in nursing are required to follow the standard curriculum for a total of 92 units required courses include 33 units of graduate core courses plus 27 units of clinical and 32 units of theory courses