The MSN in Nursing Education Program is designed to provide an opportunity for the student to become a leader in nursing education. This program prepares the graduate to enter the dynamic and challenging arena of educating future nurses, nursing staff and patients. Core courses are designed to develop knowledge and skills in a specialized clinical area. Teaching-learning theories, behavioral theories, and nursing theories comprise the foundation of the education program. The curriculum focuses on assessment of student learning, curriculum design and instruction, teaching strategies, and evaluation. A special emphasis is placed on electronic communication and technology in education. The education practicum enhances nursing skills in a clinical specialty area.
For information on clinical preceptorships, please see our Preceptor Guidelines (pdf).
Prospective students should be aware that all School of Nursing students are required to have a computer and must have basic computer skills. For more information on computer requirements see computer requirements and recommendations.
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