Master of Science: Nursing Education

Master of Science: Nursing Education

Nursing Education Online (MS)

SUNY Delhi is recognized as a leader in nursing education, with a long history of providing nursing education to serve local and state-wide healthcare needs.

Our Master of Science in Nursing Education prepares you to work as a nurse educator in pre-licensure and baccalaureate programs, staff development coordinator, or in-service or community educator. This program not only prepares you to attain faculty positions, but will also serve as a foundation for doctoral studies.

Program Highlights

  • GREs are not required
  • Can be completed on a full-time or part-time basis
  • Two 7-week sessions per semester offer flexibility
  • Quality web-supported classes taught by faculty with the highest credentials in the field
  • Affordable SUNY tuition rates
  • Practicum experiences conducted at agencies in the student's community
  • Graduate support services include counseling and tutoring
  • Eligible to sit for National League for Nursing certification examination for nurse educators

Career Opportunities

  • Nurse educator
  • Staff development coordinator
  • Community educator

The critical shortage of both nursing practitioners and educators is leading to multiple options for those interested in the profession. Jobs are available nationwide in a wide range of settings, typically at excellent salaries, with opportunities for growth.

Admission Requirements

  • Graduation from an ACEN or CCNE accredited baccalaureate program
  • Undergraduate cumulative GPA of 3.0
  • Unencumbered license to practice as an RN
  • Descriptive Statistics course with a grade of C or better within 10 years
  • Two academic or professional references attesting to the applicant's potential for graduate study
  • 750 - 1,000 word personal statement or essay addressing how graduate education will advance your professional growth
  • Resume or curriculum vitae
  • Proficiency in computer literacy and technical skills
  • One year of full-time employment is strongly encouraged but not required