The Nursing Education Program prepares nurses to practice as nurse educators in schools of Nursing and Health Care Delivery System departments. Emphasis is on the knowledge and skills needed to develop curricula, teaching skills, and evaluation strategies. Graduates will be eligible to take the National League for Nursing Certified Nurse Educator Examination. This is a flexible online program.
Dolores S Aguilar, MS, APRN, CNS, CHN
MSN Nurse Educator, Interim Director
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The Master of Science in Nursing Education provides graduates with a background to:
- Assume responsibility as an academic Nurse Educator in Associate Degree or Bachelor’s Degree Nursing Programs.
- Assume responsibility as a nurse educator in health care delivery systems.
- Demonstrate leadership skills to enhance professional nursing and delivery of quality health care.
- Use research and theoretical principles to provide and evaluate educational programs.
Acute and Community Health Care Systems – Staff Development and Education
Community Colleges – ADN, LVN Faculty
Universities – Undergraduate Faculty