Master of Science in Nursing–Education
Take your nursing experience into the classroom and learn how to prepare the next generation of nurses.
A Master of Science in Nursing–Education degree prepares you to lead a new generation of nurses as they begin their education.
This program focuses on practical applications of the latest educational theories while developing leadership skills that will serve graduates in and out of the classroom.
Our online course options offer maximum flexibility for working students and adult learners. The online work is supplemented by two sessions on campus to help students gain the experience they need to be great teachers.
Master of Science in Nursing-Education Total Credits: 34
|IPC 500||Introduction to Graduate Studies||NC|
|IPC 501*||Health Promotion and Disease Prevention in a Diverse Society||3|
|IPC 502*||Innovation and Technology||3|
|IPC 511*||Graduate Research||3|
|IPC 512*||Health Care Policy and Finance||3|
|IPC 550 *||Integrating Experience I||NC|
|IPC 601*||Leadership in Healthcare||3|
|IPC 650*||Integrating Experience II||1|
|NHE 531||Curriculum Design||3|
|NHE 532||Teaching Strategies||3|
|NHE 611||Educational Assessment||3|
|NUR 612||Advanced Physical Assessment, Pathophysiology, and Pharmacology I||3|
|NUR 613||Advanced Physical Assessment, Pathophysiology, and Pharmacology II||3|
|NUR 630||Applied Practice in Nursing Education||3|
|Total Combined Credits||34|
|*Interprofessional collaborative core course|
|NC = Non-Credit Bearing|
The master’s degree programs in nursing at Pennslyvania College of Health Sciences are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. See more accreditation information.