The Nursing Education specialty prepares the nurse to be an educator in schools of nursing or health care institution with skills in curriculum development and implementation, teaching strategies for the classroom and clinical setting, and measurement of student and program outcomes.
The nursing education graduate is prepared to:
|Curriculum Post Masters Nursing Education|
|Clinical Core Courses|
|NURS 617 Advanced Concepts of Pathophysiology||3 credit hours|
|NURS 618 Advanced Health Assessment||3 credit hours|
|NURS 622 Clinical Pharmacology for Advanced Nursing Practice||3 credit hours|
|Total Clinical Hours||9 credit hours|
|Nursing Education Specialty Courses|
|NURS 671 Curriculum Development for the Nurse Educator||4 credit hours|
|NURS 672 Teaching Strategies for the Nurse Educator||4 credit hours|
|NURS 673 Evaluation Strategies for the Nurse Educator||3 credit hours|
|NURS 678 Role Integration||4 credit hours|
|Total Specialty Hours||15 credit hours|
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The MSN and Post MSN online programs are limited to working with certain states in the U.S. only. Moving into a state not recognized by the graduate nursing program will lead to inability to continue in MSN coursework. The exception to this is active military status.
The baccalaureate degree in nursing, master's degree in nursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice and post-graduate APRN certificate at the University of Southern Indiana are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://www.aacn.nche.edu/ccne-accreditation).
The Graduate Nursing program is offered online. NEW 2018 Campus Visits Required.
We offer admission into the program once a year and work with our students to provide a Plan of Study that allows for timely graduation and achievement of their goals.
Fall and spring courses are 16 weeks in length; summer course offerings are 10 weeks long.