MSN Nursing Education Curriculum

Designed to ensure your ultimate goal of becoming a clinical and nurse educator. Our curriculum ensures that you will be prepared – more than prepared – you will thrive.

Designed with you in mind.

With classes 100% online, the Nursing Education program is designed for working nurses. 8 week courses keep you on track to progress through your program. In person, fieldwork helps you apply what you have learned into practice. All while gaining skills that help you be an effective educator.

Our Curriculum – For Spring Start

  • NURS 501 Theoretical Foundations of Advanced Nursing Practice (3)
  • NURS 503 Research in Nursing (3)
  • NURS 505 Health Care Policy, Systems & Financing for Advanced Practice Roles(3)
  • NURS 516: Teaching and Evaluation in Nursing Education (4)
  • NURS 517: Professional Roles, Curriculum Design and Program Evaluation (4)
  • NURS 527: Pathophysiology, Physical Assessment, and Pharmacology for Nursing Education (4)
  • NURS 557: Biophysical and Psychosocial Concepts of Health and Illness (4)
  • NURS 592: Clinical Specialty Practice (4)
  • NURS 595: Advanced Nursing Field Work (4)
  • NURS 597: Applied Examination (1)

Our Curriculum – For Fall Start

  • NURS 516: Teaching and Evaluation in Nursing Education (4)
  • NURS 517: Professional Roles, Curriculum Design and Program Evaluation (4)
  • NURS 501: Theoretical Foundations of Advanced Nursing Practice (3)

  • NURS 503: Research in Nursing (3)

  • NURS 505: Health Care Policy, Systems & Financing for Advanced Practice Roles (3)

  • NURS 557: Biophysical and Psychosocial Concepts in Health and Illness (4)

  • NURS 592: Clinical Specialty Practice (4)

  • NURS 527: Pathophysiology, Physical Assessment, and Pharmacology for Nursing Education (4)

  • NURS 595: Advanced Nursing Fieldwork (2)

  • NURS 595 Advanced Nursing Fieldwork (2)

  • NURS 597 Applied Examination (1)

Upon completion of the curriculum you with finish with 34 credits total.