About Adelphi's Master's in Nursing Education
The Master of Science in nursing education prepares students as nurse educators competent to function in a variety of educational and healthcare settings, but primarily to assume responsibilities as faculty members in baccalaureate nursing programs. As students develop in this advanced practice role, they will acquire knowledge, skills and values related to:
- Teaching and learning
- Instructional design
- Assessment and measurement strategies
- Curriculum development implementation
- Evaluation in nursing education.
The Capstone seminar and practicum will afford master's in nursing education students the opportunity to be guided by expert nurse educator and apply newly gained knowledge ad they function in the nurse educator role.
After completing the M.S. in nursing education program, graduates will be able to:
- Assist in meeting the educational needs of the nursing profession and healthcare consumers
- Integrate scholarly processes in nursing education practice
- Develop, implement and evaluate innovative approaches to nursing education
- Advance the professional role of the nurse educator
Master's in nursing education graduates also will be eligible to take the newly offered National League for Nursing certification examination for nurse educators.