MASTER OF SCIENCE IN NURSING EDUCATION 

The Master of Science in Nursing Education at the University of Mobile prepares graduate-level nurses to meet the critical need for nursing educators in various health care and academic settings. Students will gain an understanding of the teaching/learning process and its application.
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Dr. Jessica Garner, DNP, FNP
Interim Graduate Chair, School of Nursing
jgarner@umobile.edu
251.442.2339

Master of Science in Nursing Education (Online)

1st Priority Deadline - April 1
2nd Priority Deadline - May 15

The Master of Science in Nursing Education at the University of Mobile prepares graduate-level nurses to meet the critical need for nursing educators in various health care and academic settings. Students will gain an understanding of the teaching/learning process and its application. The program provides students with knowledge and skills to become proficient in program development, learning outcome evaluation, and professional role modeling. The nursing education curriculum is designed to provide clinical practicum experiences with nursing educators in a variety of quality health care and educational systems. Students may select the focus of their practicum experience and direct clinical hours to ensure advanced skills development.

Nursing educators are needed to prepare the next generation of nursing professionals to meet the fast-growing health care needs of an aging population.


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PROGRAM BENEFITS

 - Center for Excellence in Healthcare Practice offers state-of-the-art simulation labs
- Faculty are experienced health care professionals and educators who mentor students
- Prepares graduates for one of the fastest-growing occupations in the nation
- Work full-time while earning a degree

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Hospital Education Director
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“The University of Mobile MSN in Education was designed for nurses by nurses in the workforce. Our online program will equip registered nurses with the skills and knowledge required through faculty mentoring, curriculum design, teaching and evaluation.”

Curtis Mathis, DNP, CRNP, FNP-BC
Graduate Chair
School of Nursing
College of Health Professions


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