NRSG 6802 - Integrating Scholarship into Practice
Typically Taught Summer Semester: Full Sem - Online, 1st Blk Online, 2nd Blk Online
Typically Taught Fall Semester: Full Sem - Online, 1st Blk Online, 2nd Blk Online
Typically Taught Spring Semester: Full Sem - Online, 1st Blk Online, 2nd Blk Online
The NRSG 6802 course is designed for graduates to prepare and present a scholarly project through identification of a problem in practice and that reflects a framework, interprofessional collaboration, research, and current standards of practice. Each course addresses sections of the scholarly paper leading to the completion of the project paper and a poster presentation. Completion of 6801, 6802 and the associated MSN Scholarly Project is a graduation requirement for the Master of Science in Nursing degree and provides evidence that the student has engaged in scholarly activities that enhance the practice of nursing at a graduate level.
NRSG 6802 will be completed during the last semester of the MSN Program. Please note that all students are required to pass all previous courses to progress in the program. During the semester, the student will complete the following components of the MSN Project:
- Create the Project Methodology section, which includes the deliverables and the dissemination plan.
- Create the Implications, Recommendations, and Conclusions sections.
- Refine and compile the MSN Scholarly Project paper
- Present the findings to peers and faculty through verbal presentation, and submit final copy of the MSN Project.
The student must be officially accepted into Weber State University’s MSN program to register for this course and must complete NRSG 6110 and NRSG 6801 with a B- or higher.
Add to My Catalog (opens a new window)