Master of Science in Nursing Education
Get ready to inspire the next generation of health care professionals and influence lasting change across a dynamic industry.
Prepare to lead at a hospital or higher learning institution with a Master of Science in Nursing Education. In this program, you’ll learn cutting-edge clinical education theory, curriculum design, teaching strategy and assessment techniques. As with all our online master’s degrees, our Master of Science in Nursing Education includes two face-to-face weekend sessions. You’ll also spend a semester in Applied Practice, changing health outcomes or developing new educational innovations.
Applicants to the Master of Science in Nursing Education program must:
- Hold a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) from an accredited institution
- Have an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or above
- Have completed an undergraduate course in statistics with a grade of “C” or better. (If you don’t have college credits in statistics, you will be able to enroll in a statistics course at PA College.)
- Have appropriate health care licensure and certificates
- Provide two letters of recommendation and a professional goals statement of no more than 500 words
Interested candidates who have an RN plus a bachelor’s degree in a non-nursing field may apply provisionally and complete the RN to MSN bridge, a three-course sequence offered through the PA College BSN program.
After successfully completing all requirements and admission to the MSN program, the student will progress directly into graduate-level courses.
The BSN is not awarded in the RN to MSN bridge program.
Spring Semester Application Requirements
To ensure a seat in Spring courses, applications to the graduate programs should be submitted no later than October 1, 2018. After that date, any applications will need to be considered on a case by case basis.
New graduate student orientation for the Spring semester will take place on Friday, December 14, and Thursday, January 10, at the College (850 Greenfield Road, Lancaster). New graduate students should plan to attend one of these sessions. Matriculated students will receive more information throughout the Summer.
|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||NC|
|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||33|
|*Interprofessional collaborative core course|