Creating Health Care Leaders


The MSN Leadership & Management provides you with:

  • Critical skills and knowledge to be an innovative, effective nurse leader
  • Coursework and individualized practical experiences
  • Quality improvement experiences to enhance system performance and patient outcomes
  • Opportunities to engage with peers and experts in the field

Flexible Online Learning 

  • Take courses online; complete coursework at times convenient to your schedule
  • Complete practicum in the final year in a health care environment near your home
  • Finish degree in 2, 3, or 4 years

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Accomplished Faculty

  • Published in nursing journals
  • American Organization of Nurse Executives members
  • Held leadership positions in nursing practice

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Hear From Our Students

MSN graduates and our MSN Chair speak about the MSN program in the above video. For more student comments, click the link below.

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Advance Your Career

An opportunity for career advancement is a result of completing the MSN. Hear from our graduates about their new roles.

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Become a Nurse Leader

What Will I Achieve?

Rather than doing a thesis, our MSN students complete "hands-on" leadership projects making for improved patient results and health system management.

MSN Practicum/Projects FAQ
Previous MSN Practicum Projects
What Will it Cost?

The MSN Leadership & Management has an affordable, cost competitive tuition and the university offers top-notch, helpful Financial Aid services.

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How Do I Get Started?

Complete and submit the UW System application by hitting “Apply” above.

Eligibility and required application materials

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UW-Green Bay's Sharon Gajeski

Meet your MSN Advisor

Sharon Gajeski is a Senior Advisor for the MSN and RN to BSN programs. Sharon is a proud alumnus of the UWGB BSN program and earned her MSN in Nursing Education at UW-Oshkosh. Sharon will guide you pre-admission through graduation!
UW-Green Bay's Janet Reilly

Meet your MSN Chair

Janet Resop Reilly is an Associate Professor of Nursing, and has been Chair of the MSN Leadership and Management since its beginning in 2013. Dr. Reilly will lead you through the program and curriculum, including project and practicum planning.

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For more information about Nursing Leadership & Management, UW-Green Bay, how to get started, or any other questions, please contact us.

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