Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.N.)
In the Nurse Educator Concentration students are prepared in curriculum development, teaching/learning strategies and measurement/evaluation in education.
The majority of core and support courses are offered online (internet) with periodic on campus class meetings during each semester.
Curriculum and degree requirements can be found in the most current Graduate Bulletin.
Master of Science in Nursing
The MSN prepares nurses with the complex practice skills and theoretical knowledge necessary for roles in advanced nursing and leadership in the contemporary health care system. Graduate study in nursing is the basis for professional growth in advanced practice roles and the foundation for doctoral study in nursing.
Policies and other information are available in a guide for graduating nursing students, entitled "Graduate Information Guide (GIG))". Knowledge of the policies and information in the GIG, A-State Student Handbook and A-State Graduate Bulletin are required following admission.
If you have questions, you may email the Chair of Graduate/Doctoral Nursing Studies, Dr. Mark Foster at firstname.lastname@example.org or Megan Reynolds, Admin Specialist II at email@example.com. Or contact the School of Nursing at 870-972-3074.