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Master of Science in Nursing
Offered By: College of Nursing and Health Professions
Graduate School
Application Deadline: Adult Health Option: Spring Term Deadline is October 15; Fall Term Deadline is April 15 Family Nurse Practitioner Option: Fall Term Admission Only, Application Deadline is February 1st

  • Adult Health: Nurse Educator

    Adult Health:  Nurse Educator

    Adult Health/Nurse Educators are prepared in curriculum development, teaching/learning strategies and measurement/evaluation in education.  The AH/Nurse Educator option requires 45 credit hours, 420 clinical clock hours, which includes completion of a nursing education practicum.

    The majority of core and support courses are offered online (internet) with periodic on-campus class meetings during each semester.

    The Adult Health program of study must be completed with six years.  All students in the Adult Health Program are required to complete a professional paper in NURS 6763 Applied Clinical Research and Role Seminar with comprehensive examinations or may choose to complete a supervised research experience in NURS 6893 Thesis Option.

    Students must meet all graduate school requirements including passing a comprehensive exam.