Fuel your passion for teaching and turn it into a career with SFA’s Master of Science in Nursing with a focus as a nurse educator.
Students in the program are prepared with the core knowledge needed to develop nursing curriculum, teaching methodologies using innovative technologies and simulation, and evaluation strategies for the classroom or the clinical education setting. Pursuing the degree will open a variety of career opportunities, including teaching in high school health occupation programs, community colleges or universities and serving as a nurse educator in hospitals or corporations. Delivered online, the program gives you the flexibility to remain in the community where you live and work while completing program requirements.
About the online program
The Master of Science in Nursing with a focus as a nurse educator equips nurses who have obtained their Bachelor of Science in Nursing to teach in a variety of settings. The program requires a two-day seminar on campus for assessment, and the curriculum consists of 36 credit hours and 180 minimum clinical hours, which can be completed in your community or at the School of Nursing.
- Clinicals are precepted in the student’s geographical area.
- Candidates will visit SFA’s campus two times for:
- An orientation session
- One two-day seminar for skills
The program is pending approval from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board and SACSOC.
Applications are now being accepted for the fall semester. Details on cost of attendance, admission requirements and how to apply are available on the Master of Science in Nursing programs page.
Designed to be completed in two and a half years, each class within the curriculum is three credit hours, totaling the 36 required hours for the program.
|Fall||Nursing Theory for Advanced Practice|
|Fall||Statistical Analysis I|
|Spring||Evidence Based Research for the Advanced Practical Role|
|Summer||Advanced Health Assessment|
|Summer||Contemporary Healthcare Ethics|
|Spring||Assessment & Evaluation of Nursing Education|
|Spring||Teaching and Learning in Nursing|
|Summer||The Politics of Healthcare|
|Fall||Nursing Education Capstone|