College of Nursing
The Master of Science in Nursing Administration and Management program prepares advanced-practice registered nurses for leadership and management roles in a variety of health care settings. Courses are delivered online for maximum flexibility to help working nurses save time and money. Students explore key administration concepts in human resources, health care finance and quality management.
Accredited by Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education
Eligible students admitted into the program can apply for the HCA Healthcare Nursing Fellowship
Finish in two years for a total of 33 credit hours + 90-hour mentored residency experience
UTEP opened the door for Annie L. Garcia to step into her role as chief nursing officer at Del Sol Medical Center in El Paso. Annie began her nursing career in 2003 and she credits her graduate education for helping to advance her career at HCA, the largest hospital operator in the U.S. Before serving as Del Sol's top nursing executive, Annie was CNO at Methodist Texsan Hospital in San Antonio.
A degree in Nursing Administration and Management can lead to career opportunities in administration, management or leadership in hospitals, physicians’ offices and residential care facilities.