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Online - College of Nursing and Advanced Health Professions
The 36-credit hour Master’s of Science Nursing: Nursing Education program provides students with knowledge, skills, and expertise to become leaders in the field of nursing in diverse healthcare environments. Graduates will be prepared to facilitate learners’ development and socialization, interpretation, analysis, and translation of evidence to guide student learning and assessment strategies. Students will be prepared upon graduation to apply for the certified nurse educator examination administered by NLN and to sit for the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) exam.
Philosophy of Nursing
The programs believe that nursing is a dynamic process in which the provider and the client (individual, family, or community) work together to achieve health promotion, disease prevention, and disease management for the client across the lifespan. Nursing has a holistic view of the client based on physiologic, psychosocial, and spiritual principles.
Nurses use clinical judgment, communication, and nursing skills to assist a diverse population of clients in meeting their needs and achieving optimal health. The nurse practices within an ethical and legal framework and embraces evidence-based practice.
The faculty believe that nursing is a dynamic profession that encompasses a global view of health for the individual from prevention through tertiary care within their cultural and spiritual beliefs.
Philosophy of Healthcare Education
The program is committed to providing excellent education to a diverse student population. Based on the belief that life-long learning is essential to continued competence, the programs strive to empower students to function independently and utilize critical thinking. Faculty members serve as facilitators and role models and expect students to function as adult learners.
The faculty of the program embrace current and future technology as a tool to be used appropriately for the enhanced learning experience of the individual student.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program students will be able to:
- Students will be able to implement specialist-nursing roles to promote quality improvement of patient-centered care in accordance with professional practice standards that transform health outcomes for diverse populations.
- Students will be able to integrate science and theories from nursing and other health related disciplines to provide holistic and quality healthcare solutions for diverse population groups
- Students will be able apply systems and organizational leadership concepts to the management of human, fiscal, and physical healthcare resources within the context of culturally congruent, theory-based, evidence-based, ethical, and holistic patient-centered in a variety of settings.
- Students will be able to evaluate healthcare policy, regulatory, legal, economic and sociocultural environments to advocate for patients and effect change in the healthcare system at the local, state, national, and international level within the context of culturally congruent, theory-based, evidence-based, ethical, and holistic patient- centered care in a variety of settings.
- Students will be able to collaborate and coordinate as a member of an interdisciplinary team strategies and resources to improve the health of patients, populations, and communities in which they work and live.
- Students will be able to evaluate health-care policy, regulatory, legal, economic and sociocultural environments to advocate for patients and effect change in the healthcare system at the local, state, national, and international level within the context of culturally congruent, theory-based, evidence-based, ethical, and holistic patient- centered in a variety of settings.
- Students will be able to synthesize scholarship from a variety of sources and translate to promote implementation of evidence-based practice, and critique evidence-based literature drawing from diverse theoretical perspectives and pertinent research to guide decision making that demonstrates best practices for specialist nursing practice in a global society.
- Students will be able to justify teaching methodologies that support adult learning. Design and deliver evidenced based Design curricula and programs that facilitate the learning of nursing students, colleagues, patients and other healthcare professionals Plan curriculum to meet the current regulatory requirements, accreditation standards, and industry standards.
- Students will be able to evaluate processes, systems, and utilize current technology to support continuous quality improvement and improve patient outcomes across the care continuum in collaboration with inter-professional team members to deliver theory-based, evidence-based, culturally-congruent, competent, ethical, and holistic patient-center care. Design tools that evaluate formative and summative student learning.
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The Chicago School of Professional Psychology is not currently accepting applications for the MSN Nursing Education program.
General Pre-Admission Requirements
- Completed application form
- Non-refundable application fee ($50 USD)
- Official transcripts from all post-secondary schools where a degree was earned
Specific Pre-Admission Educational Requirements
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing from a regionally accredited institution with a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 3.0 or higher
- Registered Nursing (RN) license in the US in good standing
- Current resume
- Statement of professional goals
- Two (2) letters of professional reference
- Admission Interview
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology reviews applications on a rolling basis. Once review begins, complete applications will be considered by the Admission Committee and applicants will be notified regarding the admission decision. The Chicago School of Professional Psychology does not share information or provide any feedback regarding admission decisions.
If a student is offered admission and in order to secure a place in the incoming class, a non-refundable tuition deposit of $250 will be required by the deposit deadline indicated in the offer of admission. The non-refundable deposit will be applied in full toward the student’s tuition upon enrollment.
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