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The Executive Program for Nurses with specializations in Administration and Professorial Studies prepares leaders for roles in healthcare organizations -- both service and education. Graduates of this program will have a major impact on nursing and healthcare by influencing other interdisciplinary healthcare providers and learners. Our approach to learning is through open inquiry, scholarly pursuit, and the ability to synthesize knowledge from diverse disciplines.
We are currently accepting applications for the Autumn 2015 semester. To receive an information packet to learn more about what our programs have to offer, please access the following link: Executive Program for Nurses Survey .
Our part-time & full-time Masters programs and full-time Doctoral program applications are now available through the Office of Admissions website.
The Administrations Studies Program is designed to prepare graduates for careers in managerial and leadership positions in health care. Graduates go on to become managers and leaders who set high standards of excellence, inspire colleagues, and are able to work among many disciplines to create results.
The Professorial Studies Program is designed to prepare graduates to transition into the educational system, finding a rewarding career as a professor at an institute of higher learning. In the Executive Program for Nurses, discover how to guide the next generation of nurses, transforming your real-life experiences into concrete lessons for your students.
The Doctoral Executive Program for Nurses offers qualified students preparation for the Doctor of Education degree in Organization and Leadership with a specialization in nursing and healthcare. With an Ed.D., you will broaden your reach, stepping into a multidisciplinary role that encompasses business administration and finance, healthcare law, nursing, and hospital administration, psychology, and human relations.
Professor Elaine La Monica Rigolosi
Ed.D, J.D., F.A.A.N.
Professor of Education
For Program Information:
Room 201 Zankel Building
525 West 120th Street
New York, New York 10027
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