Inspire others to pursue the field of nursing as a nurse educator. Use your knowledge and skills to lead nursing students into one of the most important professions in health care.
Earn a master’s in nursing education degree through Texas Woman's University College of Nursing’s 100% online program. Experienced nursing faculty will teach you how to teach, how to motivate, how to ignite the passion and how to inspire future nurses.
Degreed nurse educators go on to teach at four-year colleges and universities, two-year community colleges, hospital education departments and online programs. Often, nurse educators find the freedom to create their own schedule as well as experience an ever-changing daily routine.
The Nursing Education program requires the completion of 40 online, credit hours. Students are also assigned to participate as a nurse educator at an approved facility near the student’s local areas and may work alongside experienced TWU nursing faculty in the Houston simulation laboratories. Students are also required to design a project or curriculum for an assigned area of nursing education.
For a full list of core requirements, see Nursing Education Program of Study in the course catalog.
Coursework is 100% online, with practicum hours coordinated in your area.
Candidates for admission to the Nursing Education program are required to meet the general requirements for graduate admission, College of Nursing admission requirements and provide proof of professional liability insurance and licensure.
Nurse Educator Tuition Award
Once you are admitted into the program, you will be eligible for the Nurse Educator Tuition Award. Money is awarded for courses associated with the MS Nurse Education Degree from Texas Woman’s University. Award amounts are dependent upon the number of applicants.
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Candidates for admission to the Nursing Education program are required to meet the general requirements for graduate admission and provide proof of professional liability insurance and licensure.
Effective Fall 2018 the GRE or MAT is no longer required for admission to graduate nursing programs.
- Fall semester: May 1
- Spring semester: September 15
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