Since September 2009, the University of Mary has partnered with Truman Medical Center, Kansas City, Missouri to make available to eligible TMC employees of certain TMC affiliated entities and any other students, graduate programs in nursing and business.
Servant leadership, evidence-based practice, cost-effectiveness, patient-centered care, healthcare quality and patient safety are a few themes common to all programs. Each program is carefully crafted to prepare graduates in their ability to best meet the growing challenges of current healthcare times. Our students enjoy learning from highly qualified faculty who are experts in their field and often times continue to engage in practice settings related to courses they teach bringing relevancy and currency to the curriculum.
Through an on-site "cohort" format, students are able to progress through their program with the same people, forming strong work groups and earning their degrees together.
The following University of Mary programs are available at Truman Medical Center Corporate Academy:
For information, contact Truman Medical Center Corporate Academy at email@example.com or 816.404.2515
- MSN: Nurse Administrator prepares nurses for advanced practice in administrative roles such as nurse executive, nurse manager or other system level nursing positions in community health agencies, health care facilities and health departments. This program can be completed in as few as 16 months.
- Diploma/ADN to MSN: Nurse Administrator allows licensed nurses to supplement their college education with two foundational courses in the areas of community health and leadership. Most nurses enrolled in this program are already practicing in managerial areas of health care and come to the program with a wealth of knowledge. This program honors and supplements their knowledge. It can be completed in as few as 20 months.
- MSN: Nurse Administrator/MBA-Health Care Administration Dual Degree offers a keen blend of nursing and business, imparting the skills necessary to analyze significant issues between clinical nursing practice and health care administration to offer effective conflict resolution and provide leadership for practical solutions. This program can be completed in as few as 28 months.
- MBA: Health Care prepares health care leaders to address complex problems in the global health care industry from a multi-disciplinary, business-oriented perspective while taking into account the industry's unique challenges and best practices. This program can be completed in as few as 20 months.
- MBA: Management builds knowledge of how business strategy affects organizational interaction with the marketplace and how to structure the workplace to enhance organizational growth and productivity. This program can be completed in as few as 20 months.