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Master of Science in Nursing - Case Management

American Sentinel University



With the growing complexities and costs of health care in the United States, the demand for nurses prepared as case managers is accelerating dramatically.

In the online Master of Science in Nursing - Case Management degree program from American Sentinel University has been designed to aid students in developing the comprehension that is needed for managing various types of cases within any sector o the healthcare system or insurance industry.

The expert faculty of this online MSN in Case Management degree program have created its courses based on the Case Management Society of America, and placed additional emphasis on distance client management using technology.

As a student of this online case management degree program, individuals will are introduced to the process of Life Care Planning. This program is ideal for nurses wishing create their own business in case management.

Individuals who complete this online MSN in nursing education will have gained the knowledge and skills that are needed for:

  • Utilizing theoretical knowledge to guide advanced practice nursing
  • Collaborating in research activities and utilize knowledge gained from research in advanced practice nursing
  • Evaluating health policies and economics related to the delivery of healthcare
  • Assuming roles as leaders and collaborators with other professionals and communities in planning, providing, and evaluating healthcare

The RN to MSN courses are open for enrollment once a month.

All applicants must have a Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university.

The specialization teaches nurses to deliver personalized services to patients to improve their care. The nursing leadership program focuses on understanding patient referrals, planning and delivery of care, evaluation of patient results, and the evaluation of overall program effectiveness.

Students graduating with American Sentinel's CCNE-accredited M.S. Nursing, case management specialization, complete 36 credit hours of course work. Students may be eligible to transfer up to 18 credit hours from previous graduate study.

Accreditation Information

Distance Education and Training Council, Accrediting Commission

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