The Master of Business Administration (MBA) is designed to strengthen students for positions of leadership, develop life-long career management skills and develop the financial competency required to make effective business decisions. Graduates possess the skills and knowledge to be confident and successful business leaders who are sought out for their integrity, decision-making skills and ability to work effectively with others. It is an intensive graduate degree program designed to instruct students in the theories and practices of the modern, fast-paced business world. The MBA program aims to improve the understanding and knowledge of what drives a business through core concepts in accounting, economics, finance, marketing, management, operations, and strategy.
The Master of Education in Educational Administration program will prepare students to face the challenging, competitive and dynamic academic world in any career that requires the understanding of academic concepts and processes. Graduates will learn how to become a competent academic leader in a variety of academic settings with a broad understanding of academic finance, professional development, human resource management, organizational behavior and change, curriculum design and evaluation, and legal issues in education. Through advanced-level knowledge, graduates will become an effective academic leader and learn how to solve problems in the evolving academic environment. Graduates of the Educational Administration program will possess the knowledge, skills, and attitudes which will provide a competitive edge over graduates of baccalaureate education programs; and therefore, provide opportunity for career advancement beyond the capacity of the baccalaureate prepared graduate.
Master of Science in Nursing: Family Nurse Practitioner (PMC)
Master of Science in Nursing: Family Nurse Practitioner
Master of Science in Nursing: Direct Entry
The Family Nurse Practitioner is designed to expand the knowledge of the nurse as it relates to the role of the family nurse practitioner and advanced nursing practice. Family nurse practitioners serve as the primary health care providers in many diverse practice settings including, but not limited to, private medical offices, health clinics and acute care settings. The Family Nurse Practitioner Post-Master program integrates theory and practical application through lecture, laboratory, and clinical experiences to address a wide range of primary care needs, order diagnostic tests, apply evidence-based research when caring for the family and manage common acute, chronic health problems of individuals from infancy through late adulthood. The FNP program focuses on developing the knowledge and skills necessary to deliver nursing care to persons of all ages across primary care settings. This program prepares the successful and licensed graduate for an entry level position as an advanced practice nurse.
The goal of the Direct Entry Master of Science in Nursing program is to prepare the graduate as an entry-level nurse generalist to practice with advance knowledge and skills necessary to design, lead, and integrate care to clients and populations in diverse healthcare settings. The program will prepare graduates to provide and direct care within an interprofessional model to clients and populations with complex physical and psychosocial conditions. Upon completion of this program, graduates will be prepared to take the nursing licensure exam (NCLEX-RN). This program prepares the successful and licensed graduate for an entry level position as a registered nurse at the master’s degree level.
Nursing (RN to BSN)
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program develops the student’s ability to analyze and apply research and evidence-based practice models into various healthcare environments. Through the application of theory, research, and translation of outcomes, the student will analyze clients, community, public health, technology, aging, and vulnerable populations with a focus on healthcare quality, safety, and improved outcomes. This program prepares the successful and licensed graduate for an entry level position as a registered nurse at the bachelor’s degree level.
The RN to BSN program develops the Registered Nurses ability to analyze and apply research and evidence-based practice models into various healthcare environments. Through the application of theory, research, and translation of outcomes, the student will analyze clients, community, public health, technology, aging, and vulnerable populations with a focus on healthcare quality, safety, and improved outcomes. This program prepares the successful and previously licensed registered nurse graduate to continue in their current employment, seek additional employment opportunities or assume additional responsibilities within the field of nursing or healthcare.
The Associate of Science in Nursing Program is designed to prepare graduates to become effective nurse clinicians capable of sound clinical judgment in a variety of healthcare settings. The curriculum enables students to acquire principles and knowledge from natural and behavioral sciences and blend this coursework with the art of nursing. The integration of theory and clinical practice is designed to assist the student in the development of critical thinking and problem-solving skills. The program is designed to prepare the graduate to sit for the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) for registered nurses.
Graduates will demonstrate safe, competent care and be able to apply knowledge from the natural and behavioral sciences to inform the decision-making process regarding the clientsplan of care utilizing the nursing process. Additionally, graduates will be able to develop, implement and evaluate teaching plans for individual clients, families or groups, based onteaching-learning needs. They will be able to function with accountability and commitment to the practice of nursing in accordance with standards of practice. They will operate within legal and ethical guidelines within the scope of practice for a registered nurse. This program prepares the successful and licensed graduate for an entry level position as a registered nurse at the associate degree level.
Miami Regional University provides Intensive English for Professionals of Other Countries (IEPOC) courses to individuals with pre-existing or seeking to acquire vocational and/or occupational knowledge, training, and skills. MRU offers six (6) levels of instruction to develop and enhance adequate English language proficiency that includes reading comprehension, oral communication, and writing skills. IEPOC instructors share the accountability that English language learners attain cultural and linguistic parity with native English-speakers and uphold high expectations for academic achievement. MRU’s IEPOC courses embrace academic and social needs that enable non-native English speakers to become independent learners, acquire specialized educational training, and be productive members of the society by building up work-related skills and procuring employment.
The School of General Studies and Professional Education, established in 2020, consists of the Intensive English for Professionals of other Countries program (IEPOC), the General Education undergraduate component of the Nursing programs, and the Continuing Education Courses. The School of General Studies and Professional Education is designed to satisfy the needs of native and foreign-born learners who want to acquire a fundamental set of skills and continue or complete their education in order to become socially productive and integrated members of society.