Nursing Administration (M.S.N.)


M.S.N. in Nurse Administration

Program Director
Lori Metzger, Ph.D., NP-C, RN-BC l lmetzger@bloomu.edu

Department of Nursing
3135 McCormick Center
Phone 570-389-5121
Fax: 570-389-5008

This option is designed to prepare nurses to assume a leadership role in nursing administration. Through the development of competence in the multifaceted role as a nurse administrator, students engage in responsible decision-making, innovative problem solving and development of leadership style designed to be effective in managing an organization.

BU’s Master of Science in Nurse Administration program emphasizes the acquisition of essential management skills, including:

  • organizational assessment
  • budget and accounting
  • principles of management
  • information systems
  • and ethical behavior in organizations.

As a nurse administrator, students serve in a direct role in impacting the delivery of health care for specific populations. Social, ethical and political actions are emphasized to initiate and affect change regarding the development of health care policy.

Reserve your place with your $200 admissions deposit

BU received 11,000 applications each year for 1,900 spots in the freshmen class. The admissions deposit holds your spot in the incoming class. Pay the deposit online by May 1.

Submit the FAFSA early

Early filers usually receive priority consideration for financial aid and scholarships. You can file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as early as Oct. 1.

Explore scholarships at BU

Each year, Bloomsburg University offers nearly $2 million in scholarship awards to deserving students. For priority consideration, apply by Jan. 15.

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Reserve your place with your $200 admissions deposit

BU received 11,000 applications each year for 1,900 spots in the freshmen class. The admissions deposit holds your spot in the incoming class. Pay the deposit online by May 1.

Submit the FAFSA early — Early filers usually receive priority consideration for financial aid and scholarships. You can file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as early as Oct. 1.

Explore scholarships at BU

Each year, Bloomsburg University offers nearly $2 million in scholarship awards to deserving students. For priority consideration, apply by Jan. 15.

Getting Started: Nursing Administration MSN and MSN/MBA Option Admission

Completed application packets consist of the following information (all application materials should be mailed directly to The Office of Graduate Studies, 212 Centennial Hall, Bloomsburg University, 400 E. Second St., Bloomsburg, PA 17815-1301)

  • Graduate school application and fee
  • Official transcripts from all post-secondary schools attended
  • Copy of current, unencumbered Pennsylvania professional nursing license
  • Resume which includes description of professional nursing and clinical experience
  • Typed career goals
  • Three completed recommendation forms

Interviews with the Director of the Nursing Administration Program Director and Graduate Program Coordinator will be conducted after completed application is reviewed. Any questions or concerns should be directed to Lori Metzger, Ph.D, NP-C, RN-BC, Director of the Nursing Administration Program at 570-389-5121 or lmetzger@bloomu.edu.

Getting Started: Nursing Administration MSN and MSN/MBA Option Admission

Completed application packets consist of the following information (all application materials should be mailed directly to The Office of Graduate Studies, 212 Centennial Hall, Bloomsburg University, 400 E. Second St., Bloomsburg, PA 17815-1301)

  • Graduate school application and fee
  • Official transcripts from all post-secondary schools attended
  • Copy of current, unencumbered Pennsylvania professional nursing license
  • Resume which includes description of professional nursing and clinical experience
  • Typed career goals
  • Three completed recommendation forms

Interviews with the Director of the Nursing Administration Program Director and Graduate Program Coordinator will be conducted after completed application is reviewed. Any questions or concerns should be directed to Lori Metzger, Ph.D, NP-C, RN-BC, Director of the Nursing Administration Program at 570-389-5121 or lmetzger@bloomu.edu.