Nurse Educator Program

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OFFERING PROFESSIONAL NURSES THE OPPORTUNITY TO COMBINE CLINICAL EXPERIENCE WITH A PASSION FOR TEACHING IN A RANGE OF SETTINGS

 

 

 


The Nurse Educator program provides the student with the knowledge and expertise to teach in any level of nursing program, i.e., LVN, ADN, BSN, and MSN. In addition, students are prepared to teach in staff development or patient education roles.  Emphasis is on the knowledge and skills needed to develop curricula, teaching skills, and evaluation strategies.  Nurse educators are valued within the health care system for their leadership skills and the ability to enhance professional nursing and the delivery of quality health care.  

The curriculum is comprised of 18 hours of nursing core, 15 hours of education and clinical courses, and 6 hours of thesis or evidence based project courses, for a total of 39 credit hours.  The graduate programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.  View required courses

The Nurse Educator Program admits students year-round.

 

Additional Information

 


 

For more information regarding the Master's in Nursing Education (MSN), please contact:

Jane Leach, Ph.D. RN 
Assistant Professor
Telephone: (940)397-3286
E-mail: jane.leach@mwsu.edu  
Address: 3410 Taft Blvd., Wichita Falls, TX 76308
Office: Bridwell Hall 319

 

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