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Brooks College of Health

Nursing Education, MSN

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The purpose of this Master of Science in Nursing Education is to prepare nurses at the graduate level for the role of the nurse educator in the academic or clinical setting. This track will provide learners with the teaching and research skills necessary to effectively lead students, clinical staff, and patients in various settings. The curriculum integrates core graduate-level concepts such as patient safety and research with advanced clinical concepts and evidence-based pedagogy to prepare nurses for roles in education within the community, college settings or healthcare agencies. The curriculum includes all nurse educator competencies to prepare students to obtain Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) credentials upon graduation (must meet NLN eligibility criteria).

This MSN track is only offered in a full-time enrollment layout and is a completely online degree track.  A maximum of 15 students will be admitted to this track before the program initiates a waiting list.

Online Format

The Master’s in Nursing Education prepares nurses with the teaching and research skills necessary to effectively lead students, clinical staff, and patients in various settings. The curriculum integrates core graduate-level concepts such as patient safety and research with advanced clinical concepts and evidence‐based pedagogy to prepare nurses for roles in education within the community, college settings, or healthcare agencies. The program curriculum includes all nurse educator competencies to prepare students to obtain Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) credentials upon graduation (must meet NLN eligibility criteria).

For those who choose to enroll, below are several tools and resources to review:

Online Nursing Degrees

Distance Learning Student Services

Technical Requirements

Online Accelerated-Term Programs Calendar

Application Deadlines

Fall Term . . . . . . . . June 1

School of Nursing Important Dates

Admission Requirements

For admission requirements and information on how to apply, please visit our Admissions area.

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