Master of Science in Nursing / Nurse Educator
Southern Adventist University
The online MSN / Nurse Educator degree program from Southern Adventist University prepares graduates for nursing-education roles in college/university nursing programs, hospital education departments, or other community health-education areas. Coursework explores topics such as:
- Technology in Education
- Curriculum Design
- Classroom Instruction and Evaluation
- Health Assessment
Degree Level: Master
Delivery Format: 100% Online
Accelerated Degree: No
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing
- Bachelor's degree: A bachelor’s degree in nursing from an accredited program
- GPA requirement: A minimum cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0
- Course in statistics: An undergraduate or graduate course in statistics (3 credit hours)
- Licensure: Current RN licensure in the state or country of practice
- Work experience: A minimum of two years (4,000 hours) of current nursing experience
- Acute-care emphases: Applicants should have substantive experience in critical care or a related area and submit documentation of critical-care skill set with application.
In 1892, Professor George Colcord and his wife, Ada, started Graysville Academy in Graysville, Tennessee, where 23 students enrolled that first year. In November 1897, the school's name was changed to Southern Industrial School, and in 1901, it was changed again to Southern Training School. After many expansions and name changes, the trustees voted to move the college toward university status in 1996. Later that year, they voted on a new name: Southern Adventist University, the same year that the first master's-level classes were offered.
Southern Adventist University offers a full range of undergraduate and graduate degrees in liberal arts subjects.
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