College Degrees

MS in Nursing-Nurse Educator

Gonzaga University's Master of Science in Nursing degree program was developed to accommodate the needs of working registered nurses. Featuring the same fully accredited content and expert faculty support available to students learning in the on-campus setting, the online MSN allows busy nursing professionals the flexibility to learn on their schedule – at home, at work or on the go. The convergence of technology and targeted curriculum make for a dynamic learning environment where students and faculty can conveniently collaborate. The program is grounded in the theme of Leadership in Nursing. A strong focus to impart advanced nursing competency and leadership skills help to further enrich the experience. Theory and research in nursing and related fields are integrated to provide a broad base for advanced nursing practice. Students walk away with the capability and confidence to succeed within a nursing career of higher pay and prominence.

Online Master of Science in Nursing - Nurse Educator Concentration

Prepares nurses to work as educators in academic, hospital, and community-based settings. Students develop an area of clinical specialization as well as skills in curriculum development, teaching-learning strategies, and evaluation. Particular emphasis is placed on tailoring content and presentation to learners’ needs. Practicum experiences take place in a variety of educational settings.

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