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Designed to prepare students with skills for defining, assessing and resolving today’s public health concerns, Grand Canyon University’s Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) with an Emphasis in Public Health readies learners to promote change in community health. This program is offered by the College of Nursing and Health Care Professions and introduces students to concepts from both the nursing and public health fields to help them develop competencies for addressing health issues. Continue reading to learn why you should earn a MSN with an Emphasis in Public Health:

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Grand Canyon University’s College of Nursing and Health Care Professions offers the Master of Science in Health Care Administration to prepare students for healthcare management positions by providing them with competencies that relate to the business of healthcare. Graduates of the MS in Health Care Administration are prepared to pursue middle to upper management positions in nonprofit and for-profit organizations. Some examples of settings where healthcare administrators work include health services companies, ambulatory care, clinics and hospitals. The following are a few of the career options for graduates of this program:

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Professional healthcare providers and aspiring managers can take advantage of Grand Canyon University’s Master of Science in Health Care Administration to learn about the business behind this field. This MS in Health Care Administration is offered by the College of Nursing and Health Care Professions and provides learners with a comprehensive overview of modern healthcare institutions.

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Healthcare is a constantly evolving field, and for its professionals to be their most effective, it’s important for them to be aware of developments. For this reason, students enrolled in Grand Canyon University’s RN to BSN degree benefit from the program’s Trends and Issues in Today’s Health Care course. If you’re planning on advancing your nursing education, then read on to learn why staying informed about trends and issues is important for nursing students:

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For those who desire to advance their career and work directly with patients in the healthcare field, consider earning a Bachelor of Science in Health Science in Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care. If helping others is something you are passionate about and you are a healthcare professional looking to take your career to the next level, you may be interested in this healthcare degree:

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A career in nursing can be incredibly rewarding and meaningful, and it can also offer a healthy future for employment. Grand Canyon University, one of Arizona’s top nursing schools, offers a wide selection of nursing programs that range from BSN to MSN and DNP. If you aren’t sure whether this path is the right one for you, then keep reading to learn some signs that may mean you’d enjoy a career in nursing:

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For registered nurses who want to gain additional healthcare theory knowledge and professional practice, Grand Canyon University’s RN to BSN program can be the perfect fit. In this program’s family-centered health promotion course, students study concepts of the family as the client, screenings across the lifespan, family FHP health assessments, community resources, communication and family education. Continue reading to learn more about some of the family-centered health promotion issues that you’ll study while completing GCU’s RN to BSN program:

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