The Master of Science in Nursing with a Specialization in Nursing Education is one of two tracks in the Master of Science in Nursing Program at NJCU. The program is designed to prepare graduates with enhanced nursing knowledge and skills to assume the role of the nurse educator in a variety of professional venues, including academic settings and healthcare practice arenas. It reflects NLN's core values and competencies in guiding nurse educators to design, implement and evaluate curricula across the spectrum. This program is comprised of a total of 37 credits, offered on a part-time plan of study to meet personal and professional needs and goals.
An M.S. in Nursing with a Specialization in Nursing Education can open many more career options for you. Nurse educators may work in a variety of areas, including serving as clinical nurse educators, instructional nurse faculty in academic settings, staff development nurses, and more.
Dr. Nelda Ephraim, Graduate Program Coordinator