School of Nursing

Master of Science in Nursing - Nursing Education

Our Master of Science in Nursing Education degree prepares registered nurses with advanced practice nursing knowledge in the areas of nursing education. 

Nurses serving in education roles enhance quality of care and improve patient outcomes. Graduates are prepared to teach in a variety of settings including schools of nursing, health care institutions and community settings.

Graduate Nursing Core (18 Credit Hours)

  • NURS-R 505 Measurement and Data Analysis
  • NURS-N 502 Nursing Theory for Advanced Nursing Practice
  • NURS-R 500 Nursing Research Methods
  • NURS-Y 510 Advanced Practice Concepts I
  • NURS-Y 520 Advanced Practice Concepts II
  • NURS-I 630 Introduction to Nursing Informatics

Direct Care Core (21 Credit hours)

  • NURS-T 670 Teaching of Nursing
  • NURS-T 615 Nursing Curriculum
  • NURS-T 617 Evaluation in Nursing
  • NURS-T 619 Computer Technologies for Nurse Educators
  • NURS-R 590 Scholarly Project
  • NURS-T 679 Nursing Education Practicum
  • 500+ Elective - Graduate course related to field of study and approved by MSN program director

Academic Bulletins

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Current Bulletin

2021-2023 Graduate Bulletin

Past Bulletins

2019-2021 Graduate Bulletin

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