Masters of Science in Nursing: Nurse Educator Curriculum

32 Total Credit Hours

Help meet the demand for qualified healthcare professionals by teaching future nursing and adding valuable knowledge to the practice of professional nurses. Our Masters of Science in Nursing (MSN) program with a concentration as a Nurse Educator, prepares you to teach in schools of nursing, hospital education settings, and patient education programs.

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Upon Completion of the Master of Science in Nursing Program (MSN) Our Students Will

  • 1. Integrate theoretical knowledge to improve specialty nursing practice.
  • 3. Synthesize relevant diversity, equity, and inclusion strategies to meet the ethical and cultural needs of individuals, aggregates, or populations.
  • 5. Create evidence-informed or evidence-based processes that guide health policy and/or contemporary specialty nursing practice.
  • 2. Demonstrate leadership, collaboration, and interprofessional practice to guide contemporary advanced nursing practice.
  • 4. Design quality and safety initiatives using data and information management constructs to positively impact healthcare outcomes, directly or indirectly.

Technology Requirements

Students are required to have access to a laptop computer and the Internet for all coursework.
The computer must meet the following minimum specifications:

  • Windows 10 or higher, or a Mac with a currently supported operating system
  • Broadband Internet capability
  • Soundcard & speakers
  • Current Internet web browser: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge, or Safari

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