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The Nursing Education track is designed to prepare a clinical expert with skills in nursing curriculum development, course design, instruction, and evaluation. The graduate will be able to pursue national nurse educator certification and teach in undergraduate nursing programs and/or in-service education. Contained within the coursework for the MS degree are five interprofessional health professions education courses taught by Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science which confers a graduate certificate in health professions education. The degree program has two clinical learning experiences, which culminate in a capstone experience in nursing education. A total of 225 clinical hours are in the degree.
Courses Counting Toward BS and MS
|NSG 400||THEORETICAL COMPONENTS OF NURSING||4|
|NSG 401||NURSING RESEARCH I||4|
|NSG 428||PATHOPHYSIOLOGY FOR ADVANCED PRACTICE||4|
|NSG 446||ETHICAL AND POLITICAL ENGAGEMENT IN NURSING||4|
|NSG 464||HEALTH ASSESSMENT FOR ADVANCED PRACTICE||6|
|NSG 554||INFORMATICS AND TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS||4|
The non-nursing baccalaureate ADN student does not need to complete the BS in nursing but takes three undergraduate bridge courses (NSG 330, NSG 376, and NSG 377) to meet AACN Essentials of the Baccalaureate prepared Nurse before progressing to the graduate degree portion of the program. The BSN prepared nurse immediately begins in the graduate portion of the program.
Where applicable, students must also complete the Baccalaureate requirements, including any Liberal Studies requirements not already met.
In anticipation of earning the MS, students must apply for degree conferral of the BS.
|NSG 481||BIOSTATISTICS AND EPIDEMIOLOGY||4|
|NSG 484||PHARMACOLOGY FOR ADVANCED PRACTICE||4|
|NSG 598||GRADUATE RESEARCH SYNTHESIS||4|
|NSG 570||LEARNING THEORIES 1||3|
|NSG 575||COURSE DEVELOPMENT 1||4|
|NSG 576||INSTRUCTIONAL PRESENTATION SKILLS 1||3|
|NSG 577||ROLE TRANSITION FOR THE NURSE EDUCATOR||4|
|NSG 597||CAPSTONE IN NURSING EDUCATION||4|
This course is offered through a consortium agreement with Rosalind Franklin University and follows the Rosalind Franklin calendar.