MS in Nursing with Emphasis in Nurse Educator
The Nurse Educator MS(N) Program curriculum prepares nurses to:
- Implement emerging teaching strategies
- Create innovative curriculum
- Integrate evidence-based practice
- Gain basic advanced practice nursing skills
For more information about the emphasis in Nursing Education please visit our website.
All students pursing the MS(N) degree must complete a minimum of 33 to 41 credit hours of graduate coursework. Credit hours vary depending upon the student’s area of study. Previous graduate level coursework from another institution may be accepted toward the degree depending upon transcript review. Students must maintain a minimum cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0 in order to graduate. The MS(N) Educator curriculum provides core master’s coursework in combination with leadership specialty courses. Educator specialty courses focus on advanced knowledge in teaching strategies and curriculum development as well as advanced knowledge in pathophysiology, pharmacology, and advanced health assessment.
|Core MS(N) Courses|
|NURSE 7110||Advanced Nursing Roles and Professional Communication||3|
|NURSE 7160||Scientific Foundations for Health Sciences||4|
|NURSE 8170||Public Health, Sociocultural Issues, and Health Policy||3|
|NURSE 8910||Translational Evidence-Based Nursing Practice||3|
|NURSE 8990||Practice Inquiry||1|
|Specialty MS(N) Nurse Educator|
|NURSE 7120||Advanced Physiology and Pathophysiology||3|
|NURSE 7130||Advanced Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapeutics||3|
|NURSE 7140||Advanced Health Assessment and Promotion||3.5|
|NURSE 8720||Symptom Management in Acute and Chronic Illness||3-5|
|NURSE 8854||Teaching Strategies in Nursing and Healthcare||3|
|NURSE 8864||Curriculum Development in Nursing||3|
|NURSE 8874||Evaluation Strategies in Nursing and Healthcare||3|
|NURSE 8950||Teaching Nursing Practicum||4|
Sample Plan of Study
Sample plans of study can be found on the Sinclair School of Nursing MSN webpage.
Applicants are required to meet two sets of minimum qualifications for admission: the requirements of the Master of Science program and the minimum requirements of the Graduate School. Because requirements vary, you must refer to a degree program's graduate admission page to learn about specific admission criteria, application deadlines, eligibility, and application process. Your application materials will be reviewed by both the Graduate School and the degree program to which you have applied before official admission to the University of Missouri.
Application Deadlines: After the application deadline, submitted materials will be reviewed. Applicants will receive notification of their acceptance decision within four weeks. Program application timelines vary by emphasis area. Refer to How to Apply for specific deadlines.