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Liberty University’s MSN Nurse Educator program will prepare you for a cutting-edge career that combines a passion for nursing and teaching. Through this nurse educator program, you will design nursing curricula, create innovative teaching strategies, evaluate learning outcomes, and learn how to construct teaching and learning environments based on educational theory and evidenced-based practice.
Our Masters in Nursing Education is an industry leader in MSN online degree programs, taught by nursing professionals with real-world experience and ranked by GuideToOnlineSchools.com in their 2018 list of Top Online Colleges for Value and Affordability. Graduates of Liberty University’s Nurse Educator program are equipped for careers in schools of nursing or other environments such as community education centers, or hospital-based departments of education.
Liberty University’s MSN online degree program is based on the curriculum guidelines set forth by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) and the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). Graduates will integrate research and scholarship into advanced nursing practice, utilize innovative healthcare technologies in a variety of practice settings, demonstrate leadership in professional and educational settings, and promote culturally competent population healthcare and clinical prevention in a variety of settings.
The MSN Nursing program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education and is approved by the Virginia State Council of Higher Education.
Prospective students should contact their state’s Department of Education or Board of Nursing to verify access to practicum sites while enrolled in an out-of-state online program (some states may reserve clinical sites for in-state residential students). Most MSN courses are offered in an eight-week format year-round.
Liberty University Online State Approval Disclosure
Students residing in Maryland are currently unable to complete their practicum in the state of Maryland. However, it is possible for Maryland students to complete their practicum in neighboring states, such as Virginia or Delaware. Please contact the School of Nursing for more information.
Students must hold a current and active RN license within the United States.
School of Nursing Non-Discrimination Statement
Bridge courses for non-BSN students
Currently, students who hold an RN license and a bachelor’s degree in a discipline other than nursing must complete the following Bachelor of Science in Nursing bridge courses during their first year in the MSN program:
An introductory statistics course (math preferred) and an undergraduate course in health assessment are also required. Refer to your individual program Degree Completion Plan (DCP).
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