Nursing (Nursing Educator), MS

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The MS program in nursing education prepares nurses as educators in increasingly complex, technological health environments with culturally diverse populations. The program is designed to foster scholarship, creativity and innovation as a foundation for leadership roles in teaching in academic and practice settings.

The program offers advanced-level courses in education that can be used to provide a transition to doctoral level study, depending on career goals. At the completion of the program, graduates may be eligible to take the National League for Nursing's Certified Nurse Educator certification examination.

Degree Offered

Nursing (Nursing Educator), MS

Location

Downtown

Plan of Study

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Application Deadline

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Admission Requirements

ASU has set minimum standards for admission to graduate programs. This program has additional requirements that must be met in order to be considered for the program.

Nurse Faculty Loan Program 

Students in the Doctoral and Master’s Program in the College of Nursing and Health Innovation at Arizona State University are eligible to apply for the following loan forgiveness program.

The Nurse Faculty Loan Program (NFLP), provides financial aid to Master of Science students with a concentration in nursing education.   As a loan forgiveness program, the NFLP is designed to support students who seek to obtain preparation to qualify as a nurse educator in an effort to fill existing vacancies in institutions providing nursing education programs.  The intent of the program is to decrease nurse faculty vacancy rates.  Students who commit to teach for four years following graduation from an accredited nursing program are qualified to have up to 85% of funds borrowed cancelled.   Twenty percent of borrowed funds are cancelled each year for the first three years with 25% cancelled on completion of the fourth year of teaching.  For additional information about this program, contact Dr. Pauline Komnenich in the Master’s Program Office at 602-496-0861.

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