Master of Science in Nursing Education

Nurses with ChartIf you are a registered nurse with a bachelor's degree in nursing (BSN) from a regionally accredited institution with a GPA of 3.0 or above and are looking for an opportunity to earn a graduate degree in nursing, Empire State College's Master of Science in Nursing Education is a good choice for you.

The M. S. in nursing education is a 36-credit, online program. The degree will prepare you to perform as a nurse educator in a variety of healthcare settings.

Program Design

Courses are offered fall, spring and summer terms. See the nursing course information for course descriptions.

Suggested Enrollment Sequence

Term One - 6 credits

Theoretical Foundations of Nursing Practices - NURS 6005 (3 credits)

Professional Role Development and Ethics - NURS 6010 (3 credits)

Term Two - 6 credits

Nursing Research and Evidence Based Practice - NURS 6015 (3 credits)

Informatics and Health Care Technology - NURS 6025 (3 credits)

Term Three - 6 credits

Contemporary Issues in Health Care - NURS 6020 (3 credits)

Population Health, Human Diversity and Social Issues - NURS 6030 (3 credits)

Term Four - 6 credits

Curriculum and Program Development - NURS 6050 (3 credits)

Advanced Pathophysiology, Health Assessment, and Pharmacology  - NURS 6080 (3 credits)

Term Five - 6 credits

Instructional Design and Teaching with Technology - NURS 6055 (3 credits)

Measurement Assessment and Evaluation of Learners and Programs - NURS 6060 (3 credits)

Term Six - 6 credits

Nursing Education Capstone - NURS 7005 (3 credits)

Graduate-Level Elective (3 credits)




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