If you already have a nursing master's degree, you can prepare to enter educational roles working within colleges, universities or hospital systems.
Master’s-prepared nurses with specialized training are in high demand. Graduates from the online program and with required experience are eligible to sit for the National League of Nursing’s certification for nurse educator (CNE) examination.
Achieve the leadership skills and organizational experience to train the next generation of nurses.
Enjoy the online course format that allows you to keep working while you learn.
Gain a strong foundation in education theory, teaching strategies, learner diversity and program evaluation.
Become eligible to sit for the national nurse educator certification (CNE) examination.
What You’ll Study
In a minimum of five semesters, prepare to function as an academic or clinical nurse educator across various program levels and settings. Learn to integrate teaching strategies via the classroom, distance-learning, clinical settings, in the learning and simulation laboratories, and through precepted and service-learning opportunities.
Gain the professional and personal intelligence it takes to have a successful career.
Foster learning by conveying knowledge, skills and concepts to students
Planning, prioritizing and managing tasks and resources to achieve specific objectives
Exchanging information and ideas through speaking, writing or other means of expression
Designing educational programs, courses and learning experiences that align with educational standards
Inspiring and guiding others to achieve common goals and reach their full potential
Analyzing and evaluating information to make informed decisions or judgments
Using your degree
Make your college experience the foundation for a successful future.
- Clinical Nurse Educator
- Academic Nurse Educator
- Nursing Instructor
- Nursing Staff Development Coordinator
- Nursing Professional Development Specialist
- Nursing Education Consultant
- Professional Schools
- State Government