Executive Nurse Leader
The Executive Nurse Leader program resides in the School of Nursing at the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center. The School of Nursing is one of six professional schools comprising the academic health sciences center in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Louisiana State University system initiated nursing education in 1929, and the School of Nursing was established as a separate and autonomous school in December, 1968.
The Executive Nurse Leader (ENL) post-baccalaureate DNP (BSN to DNP) program of study consists of 84 credit hours. The ENL plan of study is developed, implemented, and will be revised based on the American Nurses Association Nursing Administration Scope and Standards of Practice, the American Organization of Nurse Executive Competencies, and the AACN DNP Essentials. Students in this program will achieve the SON DNP program outcomes by building on the baccalaureate level nursing management content and the student’s practicum experiences. The program prepares the executive nurse leader at the graduate level who has the knowledge, skills, and abilities to engage in advanced leadership in nursing practice and health care delivery. The student will also gain knowledge about human resource management, finances and healthcare economics, quality and patient safety, emergency preparedness, and healthcare law and risk management. The primary teaching-learning practices used in this program are seminars, case studies/discussions, and practicums that focus on the preparation of nurse leaders to advance the quality of care and outcomes for populations and communities.
For further information about this program of study, please contact the Office of Student Services/Affairs:
Phone Numbers: 504-568-4113
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