NJCU offers a part-time Master of Science in Nursing Education (MS) Degree Program as well as a Post-Master’s Certificate Program. Students can complete the 37-credit MS program in approximately two years, and may begin the program in either the spring or the fall. The program is designed to provide a solid foundation for nurses to transition to careers as nurse educators.
Master of Science Degree in Nursing Education and Post-Master’s Certificate Program
Designed for those who have already earned either a Master of Science or a Master of Arts degree in nursing, the 15-19-credit Post-Master’s Certificate Program can be completed in in three semesters of part-time study. The post-graduate program is designed for those seeking to acquire educational mastery of subject knowledge congruent with nursing educational practices in a variety of venues, including academic and healthcare practice settings.
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Admission Criteria for MS Program
Admission Criteria for Post-Master’s Certificate Program
MA or MS in nursing from an ACEN- or CCNE-accredited institution
Admission Criteria for International Students
International students must have their credits officially evaluated by a member of the National Council of Credential Evaluation Services