Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.N.) – Nurse Educator
Liberty University’s Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.N.) Nurse Educator track prepares students for a cutting-edge career that combines a passion for nursing and teaching. Through the program, students are equipped with the critical thinking skills and knowledge needed to promote the profession of nursing through teaching, clinical practice, program development and implementation, and scholarship.
Prior to enrollment in Liberty University's M.S.N. Online program, potential students are encouraged to research their respective State Boards of Nursing for information about clinical nurse specialist practice and certification relevant to the nurse practice act and requirements for certification. Prospective students should also contact their state’s Department of Education to verify access to practicum sites while enrolled in an out-of-state online program. Most M.S.N. courses are offered in an eight-week format year-round.
- $540 per credit hour (based on full-time enrollment)
Program Delivery Format
- 42 total hours
- Up to 6 credit hours can be transferred in
Potential Career Options
- Undergraduate University Nursing Professor
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