Millersville University offers a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree focus in Nursing Education (NUED). All classes are offered in an asynchronous online format. There two practicum courses, each requiring 112 hours of in person/precepted experiences. Graduates are prepared to function in various nurse educator roles, including academic educator, clinical instructor, and nurse professional development specialist.
The program (MSN) is accredited by the Commission of Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).
Applicants for the Master of Science in Nursing in Nursing Education program are referred to the Admission Requirements section for general criteria and guidelines for admission to the University.
Speciﬁc criteria required by the Wehrheim School of Nursing include:
- Baccalaureate degree in nursing from an accredited (ACEN or CCNE) school of nursing.
- Undergraduate grade-point average of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. When GPA is below this, probational acceptance may be considered if the candidate demonstrates graduate study potential by other means.
- Satisfactory completion of an undergraduate statistics course (equivalent to MATH 130 Elements of Statistics 1), physical assessment course, and a research course in nursing.
- Computer literacy and access to a computer and internet service.
- Three current academic and/or professional references.
- Licensure as a registered nurse in Pennsylvania or in the state where clinical practice or internship is to be arranged.
- Successful completion of a personal interview with the Nursing Admissions Committee.
- Current résumé and statement of intent.
- Veriﬁed academic transcripts.
THIS PAGE SHOULD INCLUDE THE MSN CORE COURSES AS WELL AS THE CONCENTRATION IN NURSING EDUCATION. DEGREE WORKS TABLE SOURCE DOES NOT INCLUDE IT AS AN OPTION.