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Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) Leadership

MSN graduate

Leadership in Healthcare Ecosystems

Master of Science in Nursing

Linfield is no longer accepting applications for the MSN: Leadership in Healthcare Ecosystems program. Please explore our other nursing programs.

The master’s degree program in nursing at Linfield University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (

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Program features

Fully online

An accelerated, fully online 12-month full-time format.

A part-time option is available.

10-week terms

Aligning with major holidays and breaks.

Competitive tuition

$690 per credit

Full-time tuition and fees: $22,830

Part-time tuition and fees: $23,430

You will take eight courses (32 total credits) in the MSN program:

  • Nursing and the Healthcare Ecosystem
  • Policy, Advocacy and Social Justice
  • Healthcare Finance and Business Concepts
  • Leading Through Change

  • Emerging Healthcare Trends
  • Informatics and Healthcare Technology
  • Health Implications of the Dynamic Environment
  • Integrated Practicum


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MSN Leadership

Career options

Healthcare organization executive/administrator

Leader in clinical nursing departments

Nursing faculty

Healthcare lobbyist

Regulatory positions such as the nursing state board

Clinical research

Informatics nurse/systems analyst

Nurse ethicist

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portrait of Gary Laustsen
Gary Laustsen, PhD, FNP, RN
Professor and MSN Program Director
Linfield University Portland Campus