Nurse Educator (MSN)

Before You Can Teach, You Have to Learn

If you want to teach and truly inspire nursing students, the MSN Nurse Educator Program at Oak Point University can prepare you for long-term success. The program was designed by experienced Nurse Educators to help you develop the skills you’ll need in both classroom and practice settings. From how to prepare your nursing curriculum to creating dynamic lesson plans to developing engaging instructional techniques, the MSN Nurse Educator Program will take your abilities to the next level.

Nurse Educators are in demand

It’s no secret – the demand for nurses continues to grow and so does the demand for Nurse Educators. Look at the facts:

  • The U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics (BLA) estimates the annual wages for Nurse Educators range between $41,010 and $117,540 (2017).
  • Colleges, Universities and professional schools alone employ more than 30,700 Nurse Educators (according to BLA, 2017).
  • Nurse Educators employed in specialty hospitals earn an annual mean wage of more than $106,000 (according to BLA, 2017).

A class schedule designed to accommodate almost any schedule

Designed for the bachelor’s prepared nurse who wants to mentor and teach the next generation of nurses. Working in the classroom and in the practice setting, you will prepare your nursing curriculum, create lesson plans, instruct, encourage and inspire future nurses:

• “Hybrid” in nature with both in-class meetings and an online component
• Classes are typically held one night a week to accommodate the working nurse’s schedule
The University will assist in setting up professional practice experiences and hours are completed outside of classroom time
• Students are required to complete a MSN scholarly project

If you want to teach future generations of nurses, the first step is at your fingertips. Earn your MSN Nurse Educator degree at Oak Point.

MSN Nurse Educator Curriculum Plan

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