Nurse educators are tasked with an important job: to teach and motivate nurses of the future. As an individual with a nursing background, you may find that you enjoy teaching nurses and sharing your knowledge with others. Plus, many nurse educators express a high level of satisfaction with their work, saying that helping students to build their confidence and skills, and to provide them with mentorship, is nothing less than rewarding. If you aim to encourage, educate and shape the future of those in the nursing field, pursuing a Master of Science in Nursing with Nursing Education concentration may be your logical next step.
- Requires an unencumbered license to practice as a RN in the United States.
- Must have graduated from a regionally accredited Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program. A minimum CGPA of 3.0 at the bachelor’s or higher level from an accredited college of nursing is required.
School Accreditation Statement
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission