Organizational Systems & Adult Health
The Department of Organizational Systems and Adult Health (OSAH) is comprised of faculty members with expertise in health services leadership and management, nursing informatics, nurse anesthesia, and adult health, including primary, acute, emergent, and critical care. OSAH faculty members play a key role in the education of students in entry level options (Bachelor of Science in Nursing [BSN] and Master of Science-Clinical Nurse Leader [MS-CNL]) and graduate level specialty options (MS, Doctor of Nursing Practice [DNP] and Doctor of Philosophy [PhD]). Areas of faculty expertise encompass all aspects of education, research, and practice.
Master's Specialties Taught by OSAH Faculty
- Health Services Leadership & Management (HSLM)
- HSLM Focus
- HSLM Education Focus
- HSLM MS/MBA Dual Degree Option
- Nursing Informatics