Master of Science in Nursing - Nurse EducationOur Lady of the Lake University

Our Lady of the Lake University

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Master of Science in Nursing - Nurse Education

A Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) is the key to opportunity in nursing education. This specialization will prepare you for a variety of educational roles in both clinical and academic settings, whether you are preparing other nurses to thrive in their profession or are teaching patients how to care for themselves and prevent disease.

From curriculum development to student evaluation, you’ll learn the skills to be an effective nurse educator in a variety of settings, whether you work as an adjunct professor, clinical instructor, patient educator, or full-time professor. The curriculum also incorporates the ways different cultures perceive and experience healthcare and education, ensuring that nurse educators meet the learning needs and expectations of their audience. The online program is delivered by a veteran team of nursing professors with extensive experience both in patient care and nursing education.

RequirementsProspective students must hold an unrestricted RN license in the state which you intend to complete clinical placement
On Campus RequirementNo on-campus requirement
Education LevelMaster