Do you have a bachelor’s degree in nursing? Have you ever considered advancing your career with nursing education in leadership, outcomes management, risk assessment and quality improvement? If you have, the Master of Science in Nursing program at MCPHS Online might be a great fit for you.
The MS in Nursing Concentration in Teaching and Learning program allows students to complete coursework with just three visits to campus! Upon completion of the MSN program students will be able to:
- Provide leadership at the point of care
- Focus on outcomes measurement, risk assessment, quality improvement, inter-professional communication and evidence-based practice
- Be a leader in the healthcare delivery system
- Educate others pursuing a career in nursing
Candidates will complete all courses, including a required evidence-based master’s translational practicum with portfolio development for a total of 37 credits. The experiential requirements can be completed in your community with approval from the course faculty.
Mandatory Residencies and Orientation
This MSN program has two required residencies in addition to orientation. To stay in the program, attendance at these three residencies is mandatory.
The Master of Science in Nursing Concentration in Teaching and Learning prepares students to meet select competencies from the AACN 2011 approved Master’s Essentials. This track additionally prepares students to meet the Core Competencies of Nurse Educators from the NLN.