This theoretical and field-experience curriculum allows the student to develop a program of study that builds upon their professional interests and career goals. Through core courses, specialized courses, and experiential components, I-MSN students may prepare for leadership roles as nurse educators, nurse administrators, and other professional roles.
The program of study may be tailored for full-time or part-time study. The Graduate Program Coordinator and the student’s academic advisor will help plan a program of study and timeframe that meets the academic and experiential requirements.
I-MSN graduates who complete the Nurse Educator track are eligible to take the certification examination for Nurse Educators offered by the National League of Nursing (http://www.nln.org/facultycertification/index.htm).
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