The Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.N.) program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) (One Dupont Circle, NW, Washington, DC 20036-1120; telephone number 202-887-6791).
See program website at URL listed above.
Note: See program admission requirements for prerequisite courses including RN-MSN Bridge courses.
Traditional and RN-MSN Pathway
NGR 6002 Hlth. Appr. & Interpretation (3)
NGR 6002L Hlth. Appr. & Interp.-Pract. (1)
NGR 6141 Pathophys for Adv Nsg Practice (4)
NGR 6460 Pharmacology I (4)
NGR 6701 Academic Role of the Nurs Educator (3)
NGR 6710 Teach & Assess Strat for NSG Ed (3)
NGR 6711L Adv Clin Pract for Nurse Educ (2)
NGR 6712 Foundations of Nursing Educ (3)
NGR 6713 Design&Eval of Nurs Curricula (3)
NGR 6811 Research (3)
NGR 6894 Global Trends & Practice Persp (3)
NGR 6941L Nurse as Educator Practicum (3)
NGR 6942 Nurse Educator Capstone (2)
NGR 6945L Clinical Specialty Practice (1)
Apply for graduation by deadline indicated in the university calendar.
Earn a minimum of 30 credit hours with a minimum of a 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale.
Satisfactory completion of Nurse Educator capstone project.
Students in the program must meet specific progression, clinical, and graduation requirements. See Nurse Educator Program Guidebook.