MASTER OF SCIENCE IN NURSING

NURSE EDUCATOR

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Overview

The University of Providence’s Master of Science in Nursing, Nurse Educator program prepares graduates to utilize the latest evidence, tools and resources for teaching and learning in a variety of academic and clinical settings. The graduate demonstrates the ability to effectively develop, deliver, and evaluate nursing education now and in the future.

Program Format

  • Eight-week online courses for working professionals with short breaks between courses
  • 7 semesters for a total of 24 months
  • Cohort model- students gain a sense of community and individual attention as they progress through the program with the same group of students
  • Face-to-face program orientation prior to the start of the program to set students up for success
  • New cohorts begin in January and August each year

Clinical & Nursing Education Practicums

Important Note: The program includes online learning and clinical practicums. At this time, completing clinical practicums in the state of Washington is not available to students due to nursing education regulations in the state. Students can complete practicums in the other states where PSJH facilities are located. Faculty will work with students to complete a practicum that meets their learning needs.

How to Apply

  • Program Application: Applicants must complete an online application through www.uprovidence.edu 
  • Official Transcripts: Applicants must submit an official transcript that shows completion of a baccalaureate degree. Additional transcripts from other undergraduate coursework completed may be requested for admission review if a minimum 3.00 GPA was not achieved from the degree granting university.
  • Personal Essay: Applicants are required to upload a one-page essay.
  • Curriculum Vitae or Résumé: Applicants are required to upload a current CV or résumé.
  • Application Fee: Applicants must pay a $50 application fee.
  • The application for Fall (August) 2019 is July 15th.

Contact

Phone: 406-791-5258
Email: nursing@uprovidence.edu

NOTICE: CCNE Accreditation Process: Third Party Comments

The University of Providence is in the process of seeking accreditation for the Master of Science in Nursing degree. This is a new program for UP. The accreditation process will be October 2-4. 2019 on the University campus.

As part of the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) accreditation process, there is an opportunity for program constituents and other interested parties to submit, in writing, comments concerning a program’s qualification for accreditation.

Third party comments are accepted up to 21 days prior to the start of the on-site evaluation. You would need to submit comments on or before  September 11, 2019.  All third-party comments submitted to CCNE must be written in English, consistent with CCNE’s policy on Conduct of Business in English. You may mail your written comments to:

Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education

Attn: Third-Party Comments
655 K Street NW, Suite 750
Washington, DC 20001

Regarding: Comments for Accreditation Survey Fall 2019 at the University of Providence, Great Falls, Montana.

Or

thirdpartycomments@ccneaccreditation.org

PROGRAM INFORMATION 

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS  

TUITION AND FEES

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

PROGRAM VISION, MISSION, & OUTCOMES

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