Nursing educators are in high demand across the U.S. – advance your career and increase your opportunities!
Open doors to work in education and administration and teach the nurses of tomorrow how to provide new and improved care.
- Students receive individualized academic advisement to create a program plan that works for them.
- Part-time study is available and course schedules are geared toward the needs of working nurses.
- Students complete a nursing education practicum in an area of their choice to enhance their skills as nurse educators.
Center for Interprofessional Learning and Simulation
Daemen’s Center for Interprofessional Learning and Simulation (CILS) provides students experiential learning opportunities to promote best practice and collaboration. This leads to improved health and well-being outcomes for individuals, organizations, and communities!
Our program prepares students for successful roles in staff development and/or academic nursing education. Graduates can enter a variety of teaching careers with advanced knowledge of creative teaching strategies and content delivery, assessment, and evaluation of learning outcomes, as well as course and curriculum design.
Jacob Fisher, ’17
Nursing, B.S. (1+2+1 Program) and Nursing Education, M.S.
AAS Nursing Program Director, Trocaire College
- Possession of a baccalaureate degree in nursing from a ACEN or CCNE accredited program.
- One year medical-surgical clinical experience (or equivalent).
- Completion of an undergraduate or graduate statistics course with a grade of C or better.
- Cumulative grade point average of 3.25 or above (on a 4.0 scale) from all colleges/universities attended. Applicants with GPAs below 3.25 in undergraduate studies may be admitted on a provisional basis if they submit evidence of the potential to be successful in graduate studies.
- Current registered professional nursing license.
- Current resume
- Letters of intent or letters of recommendation may be submitted to strengthen application.
- Interview with the nursing faculty.
- 71.4% based on 150% benchmark for program completion (8 semesters part-time)
- 100% of graduating MS, NEd students believe the program has prepared them well to very well. *
*Data are for students who completed the program during the 2018-2019 academic year.