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Master of Science in Nursing

The Master of Science in Nursing program is offered Online.

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The Brookline College Master of Science in Nursing program specialty courses provide learning related to theoretical foundations for higher nursing education, roles of the nurse educator, teaching/learning theory and strategies, curriculum structure and design, assessment/evaluation of student learning, instructional technologies, and academic leadership roles. For detailed program information, click here The program includes one practicum course. Click here to view our catalog

Nurse educators combine nursing expertise and passion for teaching into rewarding careers. Working in the classroom and the practice setting, they are responsible for preparing and mentoring the next generation of professional nurses. Nurse educators play a vital role in cultivating the nursing workforce, serving as role models and providing the strong leadership needed to implement evidence-based practice.

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Program Highlights:

  • BSN degree required for admission
  • Fully online
  • Full-time and part-time schedules available
  • No entrance examination
  • Practicum in your local area
  • $15,675 tuition, including all books
  • Can be completed full time in as little as 12 months
  • Federally funded financial aid for those who qualify
  • No campus attendance required


Master of Science in Nursing Disclosure

Upon completion of the Master of Science in Nursing program, graduates will be able to:
  • Synthesize concepts from nursing and other disciplines to build upon and advance professional nursing practice.
  • Integrate evidence-based advanced knowledge and skills into specialist nursing roles.
  • Utilize technologies that support specialist nursing practice through critical thinking, decision making, and interprofessional collaboration.
  • Demonstrate the use of leadership strategies that advance the design, implementation, and evaluation of specialist nursing practice.
  • Function effectively as a change agent, member, and leader of interprofessional teams to influence healthcare and nursing practice for individuals, families, populations, and systems.
  • Analyze the impact of social, political, economic, and technological trends in healthcare on nursing practice and
  • healthcare delivery.


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