The Brookline College Master of Science in Nursing in Health Systems Administration program is designed for bachelor’s-prepared nurses who wish to advance in leadership roles through a graduate degree in Health Systems Administration. Students will build upon the knowledge and experience they have gained through education and practice. The program offers challenging and engaging courses in health care systems and policy, organizational theory, financial operations and management, human resources management, legal and ethical issues and health care informatics. Students can complete the program online, in as little as 12 months.
The Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice program provides students with a broad understanding of the criminal justice system, which will help them address a range of issues within the field of justice administration. It examines the theoretical causes of criminality, the methods of criminal justice research, and aspects of professionalism and ethics for criminal justice practitioners. While earning their criminal justice Bachelor’s degree, students will develop knowledge and skills in areas such as inmate management, private security, criminal investigation, juvenile justice, procedural criminal law, counter-terrorism, community relations and more.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree program is an entry-level program that enables students to earn their BSN degree in as little as two and a half years of year-round study instead of the typical four years with summers off, allowing students to enter the workforce sooner than their peers at other higher education institutions. The curriculum includes in class instruction, lab work in a simulation center and clinical placements in the Phoenix area. The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program is designed to prepare graduates for entry-level professional nursing positions that will require them to assess, plan, implement, and evaluate care within a variety of clinical settings, including hospitals, community health agencies and clinics. This eight-semester program includes both upper and lower division general education and pre-professional nursing coursework.