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MSN Nursing Business Administration, Indonesian

February 29, 2012


I am a man from Indonesia with a diverse, multicultural background and I want very much to become a nursing professional working towards a career in nursing administration and leadership. My primary educational background is in business administration and I seek to combine my training in this area with a first rate education in nursing. I have a B.S in Business Administration with a major in Finance from XXXX University in Pomona, CA, an Associates Degree in Business Administration from XXXX College, CA, and a high school diploma in Science from my school in Berlin, Germany. I am applying to XXXX University because this M.S. in Nursing Program has an emphasis on Business Administration and Leadership, the areas of nursing theory and practice in which I am most interested. I seek an advanced knowledge base and set of skills that is fully grounded in scientific research and art of professional nursing.

I firmly believe in XXXX's mission to provide this level of professional education as necessary to meet the needs of the complex and changing health care needs of our time and patient demands for optimum outcomes and quality. I am especially attracted to the fact that this degree program is designed to foster interdisciplinary collaborative skills and independent functioning within each special area or concentration. My long term goal is to become a top expert in nursing administration and I look forward to having classes designed to facilitate the enhancement of a student's leadership skills.

I have spent a lot of time and effort learning how to manage my time wisely and this is my top priority and one of the greatest strengths that I will bring to the EL-MSN program. I plan to quit my job to dedicate all of my time to success in the program. Also, for the last couple of years, I have spent hours each day reading professional journals, books, and articles about nursing and this is the primary reason why I feel I am a strong candidate for your program. This informal background has helped me to better understand the material to which I will be exposed in your program, to digest the material better since I already have such extensive exposure to the material in this area. I have done a great deal of research, in particular, concerning creative ideas for clinical fieldwork and I see this as especially important for the Nursing Leadership concentration since this area consists of supervised learning experiences and working with preceptors in a broad variety of settings, either in nursing service organizations or other closely related academic areas. I look forward preceptor.

I firmly believe that I am a strong candidate for the MSN/Leadership career program because of the extensive background reading that I have done specifically in this area and over the course of the last several years. Also, having spent several years studying, learning, and gaining daily practice in the care of my invalid father has helped prepare me, especially on a psychological level, for the clinical experiences that I will face as part of the program. Perhaps most importantly for the MSN/Leadership track is the fact that I have an extensive background and training in business administration and leadership at the systems level that provides me with a good start on the development of the kinds of skills that I will need for a position in nursing administration and education. I believe that my health care experience caring for my father, combined with my business administration experience will help me to become an especially creative designer and administrator of work environments promoting professional nursing. I chose to apply to your program because of the way that it prepares nursing leaders to apply their skills across the health care continuum, including acute care settings and community based agencies. I look forward to the opportunity to begin a professional staff position in the area of patient education and have the opportunity to further prove myself. It is my hope that, in time, I will made sufficient advancement professionally to become involved in the area of strategic planning or in a consultative or case management position.

I firmly believe that I am a strong candidate for the MSN/Leadership career program because of the extensive background reading that I have done specifically in this area and over the course of the last several years. Also, having spent several years studying, learning, and gaining daily practice in the care of my invalid father has helped prepare me, especially on a psychological level, for the clinical experiences that I will face as part of the program. Perhaps most importantly for the MSN/Leadership track is the fact that I have an extensive background and training in business administration and leadership at the systems level that provides me with a good start on the development of the kinds of skills that I will need for a position in nursing administration and education. I believe that my health care experience caring for my father, combined with my business administration experience will help me to become an especially creative designer and administrator of work environments promoting professional nursing. I chose to apply to your program because of the way that it prepares nursing leaders to apply their skills across the health care continuum, including acute care settings and community based agencies. I look forward to the opportunity to begin a professional staff position in the area of patient education and have the opportunity to further prove myself. It is my hope that, in time, I will made sufficient advancement professionally to become involved in the area of strategic planning or in a consultative or case management position.

The greatest strength that I bring to this leadership preparation program is my multi-cultural sensitivity, since I was born and raised mostly in Indonesia, until my teenage years and then lived in Germany until early adulthood. For this reason, I feel like I span the cultures of Asia, Europe, and the United States, and have learned from each of these areas many strong points that I have incorporated into my own character and knowledge base. For the last two decades, I have lived in the United States and I am writing this essay on behalf of my application to study in the M.S. in Nursing Program at XXXX University because I want very much to work in nursing administration in the future. I wish to use my multi-cultural sensitivity to manage nurses, educated both patients and care givers and I especially look forward to the ongoing development of my unique leadership qualities in a broad variety of clinical areas including adult and pediatric cardiology and cardiac surgery, neurology and neurosurgery, adult and pediatric oncology, intensive care, emergency care, women's services, and comprehensive geriatric services. This is why I feel that I am a good match for XXXX's emphasis on education as a lifelong process of active participation by nurses in learning activities, assisting in developing and maintaining their continuing competence, enhancing their professional practice, and supporting achievement of their career goals. I see continuing competence is a hallmark of professionalism and a means by which a professional can be held accountable to their communities.

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