Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing

Master of Nursing – Health Systems Leadership and Administration (MN- HSLA)

The Master of Nursing – Health Systems Leadership and Administration (MN-HSLA) program is designed to provide students with knowledge, skills and competencies required for advanced practice nurses. In this two-year program, aspiring nurse leaders are introduced to a range of theoretical and practical content and experiences to prepare them to navigate the complexities and turbulence that characterize the health care system and its leadership demands. The MN-HSLA field of study is offered in a hybrid learning format including online and required on-campus in-class learning, as well as practicum placements with established nurse leaders across different healthcare sectors to contextualize learning and support mastery. The program is designed to prepare nurses for formal leadership roles in healthcare systems in Canada and internationally. Graduates are prepared for careers in health care administration, health policy, professional practice leadership, and other related roles.