Students may choose to pursue a dual degree in Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) and Master of Science in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution (MS-NCR). Curriculum requirements for the MSN will follow either the Clinical Systems Administration (CSA) track or the Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) track.

NCR curriculum requirements for MSN-CSA Track dual degree (33 credits):

NCR 620Introduction to Negotiation and Dispute Resolution3
NCR 621Negotiation and Dispute Resolution Residency3
NCR 622Conflict Engagement and Leadership3
NCR 624Dynamics of Conflict3
NCR 625Systems and Consulting for Conflict Specialists2
NCR 626Culture, Gender and Power Differences in Conflict2
NCR 627Facilitation and Group Processes2
NCR 630Health Care Collaboration and Conflict Resolution3
NCR 733Practicum3-4
NUR 685Exploring Evidence for Improving Outcomes3
NUR 689Organizations As Complex Adaptive Systems3
NUR 787Organizational Transformation3

NCR curriculum requirements for MSN-CNL Track dual degree (32 credits):

NCR 620Introduction to Negotiation and Dispute Resolution3
NCR 621Negotiation and Dispute Resolution Residency3
NCR 622Conflict Engagement and Leadership3
NCR 624Dynamics of Conflict3
NCR 625Systems and Consulting for Conflict Specialists2
NCR 626Culture, Gender and Power Differences in Conflict2
NCR 627Facilitation and Group Processes2
NCR 630Health Care Collaboration and Conflict Resolution3
NCR 733Practicum3-4
NUR 685Exploring Evidence for Improving Outcomes3
MHE 607Practical Ethics in Health Care Settings3
NUR 691Practicum III: Care Management and Outcomes Management2