College Degrees

MS in Nursing --Education

This program is for actively working registered nurses (RNs) who hold a nursing bachelor's degree (BSN), already possess healthcare industry experience, and can devote 15 to 20 hours per week to their studies.

The M.S. in Nursing-Education Specialization prepares you to become a nurse educator in schools, hospitals, and other healthcare facilities. The program equips you with high-level knowledge and skills while incorporating best practices in policy, organization, and financing; role development; research; advanced nursing practice; and nurse education. This is a perfect program for RNs with BSNs who want to become nurse educators.

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