U-M Nursing Selects Noodle Partners to Help Launch Online MSN Program in Leadership, Analytics and Innovation

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Program will deliver the in-depth U-M Nursing educational experience in a flexible format.

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“We could not be more enthusiastic about delivering the University of Michigan School of Nursing educational experience to a wider audience of students,” said John Katzman, CEO of Noodle Partners.

The University of Michigan School of Nursing has announced a partnership with online program manager (OPM) Noodle Partners to develop its new fully online Master of Science in Nursing program in Leadership, Analytics and Innovation. Courses officially begin in fall 2020.

The program will deliver the in-depth U-M Nursing educational experience in a flexible format, providing convenient access to the school’s renowned faculty and the wide array of resources students expect from a world-class research institution.

“The Michigan difference will continue in our digital education just as it does in our residence education,” U-M School of Nursing Dean Patricia Hurn, Ph.D., RN, FAAN said. “We are excited to develop this program with Noodle Partners and ensure students who earn their degree digitally have the same quality experience.”

The Leadership, Analytics and Innovation specialty program prepares students to transition from clinically focused careers to executive leadership roles using data-driven, evidence-based approaches. Graduates gain the knowledge and skills needed to deliver improved outcomes in quality, safety and the effective delivery of health care.

Combining cutting-edge teaching strategies with innovative technology, U-M Nursing is working with Noodle Partners to bring this rigorous program to a digital environment, giving students the confidence and competence to appraise system challenges and drive change for the individuals and populations nurses serve.

“Developing this program will allow us to engage many more people to become Michigan nurses, and that is our ultimate goal,” Hurn said. “We think Michigan nurses are the best, and we want them everywhere.”

“We could not be more enthusiastic about delivering the University of Michigan School of Nursing educational experience to a wider audience of students,” Noodle Partners Founder and CEO John Katzman said. “U-M Nursing chose Noodle Partners based on its network of sophisticated technology and services providers. This is an important milestone for our team as we continue to grow our presence at one of the country’s best public universities.”

Learn more about the online MSN specialty program in Leadership, Analytics and Innovation, along with other online MSN programs at U-M Nursing and apply today.

About the University of Michigan School of Nursing

At the University of Michigan School of Nursing, we are committed to creating a rich scholarly community that supports the advancement of both nursing as a field and the community's individual members. With researchers constructing new knowledge, educators training the next generation of nurse leaders, and students honing their skills to become expert practitioners, our school is alive with the energy and passion that all of these individuals pour into their pursuits.

About Noodle Partners

Founded by a team of education and technology veterans, Noodle Partners creates innovative online and hybrid programs while improving traditional classroom models. Noodle Partners is the fastest-growing online program manager and collaborates with top educational institutions to launch online and hybrid programs. Noodle Partners has the capability to work with universities on every aspect of building a certificate or degree program that they choose—marketing, student recruitment, enrollment, curriculum design, student engagement, support services, graduate placement, and alumni engagement—and provides a high level of fit and finish. For more information, visit noodle-partners.com or follow us on Twitter @Noodle_Partners or LinkedIn.

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