The Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) with a Nurse Educator specialization from Gonzaga University prepares students to work as a nursing educator in bachelor's and associate's degree programs, health care staff development, continuing education programs, or community education programs.
Students learn how to create curricula and plan, revise, implement and evaluate programs. Nurse educators work in both educational and practice settings to teach other nurses or to help educate the community on best practices or health concerns.
As part of the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) with a Nurse Educator specialization curriculum, students learn vital skills in curriculum development and assessment, evaluation of learning and practice various teaching-learning strategies. Practicum experiences can take place in a variety of educational setting in or near each student's home community.
The online MSN Nurse Educator specialization requires 36 credit hours of graduate coursework.
Depending on each student's schedule and personal commitments, Gonzaga has developed convenient course schedules that allow students to accelerate their progress through the program by taking more than one class in each eight-week term. Taking two classes at a time allows students to complete their degree in as few as 5-6 semesters.
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