If it’s time to think about advancing your nursing career, then it’s time to consider becoming a nurse educator with Master of Science in Nursing degree (MSN) from Clarke University. Clarke offers a nationally recognized program that is designed to serve the needs of the working health care professional seeking post baccalaureate study. The hybrid format enables students to complete the 41 credit hour Master’s degree in Nursing Education with full-time enrollment in 24 months. This program offers students the flexibility needed to continue their education and pursue a Master’s degree while keeping up with the demands of work and home.
While degree reputation is important, your personal growth and professional success are even more important. The MSN program is personalized from the very beginning and is designed to meet your educational needs. Upon completion of the MSN program, you will have attained the knowledge, skills, values and confidence necessary to assume an active role as a nurse educator.
Clarke’s MSN nurse educator track is limited to 25 full-time students per cohort. Students will have one-on-one experience with Clarke University faculty and staff during their on-line coursework and experiences on campus. If you’re a licensed, registered nurse from an accredited baccalaureate nursing program, the MSN curriculum will help you prepare for a successful career as a nurse educator in a clinic, hospital, or academic setting.
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