Thomas Edison State University - W. Cary Edwards School of Nursing - Graduate
Graduate programs offered by the W. Cary Edwards School of Nursing at Thomas Edison State University prepare registered nurses for a variety of advanced roles in healthcare and educational settings. The flexible, self-paced graduate nursing programs serve the educational needs of students, the healthcare needs of society and the needs of the nursing profession for an increased pool of nurse educators, nurse administrators and nursing informatics specialists. The W. Cary Edwards School of Nursing provides a self-directed study program in a mentored, online environment where students interact and collaborate with mentors and peers to create and enhance a dialogue within a community of learners. The Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree program is offered online and includes three areas of specialty. The MSN – Nurse Educator builds on the educational and clinical competence of experienced professionals and prepares them for teaching in academic and healthcare settings. MSN - Nursing Administration advances the leadership skills of nurses and prepares them for roles in administration and management. MSN - Nursing Informatics provides nurses with the knowledge and skills required to function as nursing informatics specialists.
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