ELMSN Case Management

Case Management has a broad scope of practice and will allow you to experience nursing in a variety of settings and facilities. 
 
The purpose of this option is to prepare professional nurses for practice in a variety of health care settings. Graduates will build on their varied academic and experiential backgrounds to provide nursing care with an interdisciplinary case management focus. Strong advocacy, decision making, and planning skills are necessary for graduates to function in increasingly complex roles within the rapidly changing health care system.
 
The program requires two calendar years plus one semester (7 semesters which include two summers) for a total of 90 semester units. Students must enroll in the first four semesters full time. It is possible to reduce the course load to part-time after the fourth semester.
 
This program is offered at both our Sacramento Regional Center and our main campus in Oakland.
 

Graduates of the MSN entry-level program will be able to:

  • Assume professional nursing roles in a variety of settings.
  • Practice within an interdisciplinary framework.
  • Assume roles as case managers.
  • Think critically in applying the nursing process.
  • Advocate for optimal health of the population and health care services.
  • Further develop their nursing careers through specialization and/or doctoral education.
"After obtaining the MSN in Case Management, it has opened many doors for my career. Continued education is now a must, and an RN with a Masters Degree is an asset for a any institution. Since Healthcare is facing many financial challenges, Case Management has become an important ingredient in ensuring that hospitals and other healthcare facilities are financially secured to continue providing services."
- Melinda Mata, RN, MSN
In less than two years, my family has a better life. It was a fast program and I spent many nights studying after the kids went to bed, but now I’ve got a lot to show for it: A new career Alejandra Villegas FNP
Our background in sports and passion for physical performance drove us to study the science of human movement. Tino and Tron Tino & Tron Hardy Physical Therapy
So many foot problems can be successfully treated if they are identified early, and corrective measures are taken. Then, there are patients with diabetes and other chronic diseases that require specialized, ongoing foot care. We see everything in our clinics. Samantha Ralstin Samantha Ralstin Podiatric Medicine

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