Master’s Project Trial Course (PR673)

PREREQUISITE COURSES FOR Master’s Project Trial Course

Course Description Credits Course Type Code
N502 Theoretical Foundations of Nursing Practice Credits: 3 Crs Type: G

Course Memo

The Master’s Project Course provides guidance through the development, implementation, and completion of a scholarly project. The Master’s Project demonstrates the student’s ability to synthesize knowledge and skills at an advanced level so the new information adds to the body of nursing science. The scholarly project will be completed over a period of one semester. Students will focus on a topic of significance to professional nursing. The Master’s Project may take the form of an integrative literature review, concept analysis, practice guidelines review, practice policy development, or other pertinent activity as approved by the course faculty and project chair. Course activities include designing the project: including developing the project proposal, conducting a literature review, obtaining Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval, completing the supervised project, analyzing the data, and disseminating the information related to the project through a scholarly project paper; and poster or oral presentation at an approved professional venue. Prerequisites: N 502 and an approved project topic. Approval must be granted by the course instructor, a project chair, and the Dean of Research and Graduate Studies.

Course Section Description

Hybrid class format with 3 hours of work/week Class meets in person/on campus the following dates: 1/17, 1/31, 2/14, 2/28, 3/21, 4/04, 4/18, 5/02