School of Nursing
The Advanced Nursing Education Track (ANE) prepares advanced practice nurses to become a knowledgeable nurse educator ready to teach in diverse settings. The ANE Program is designed for Registered nurses (RNs) holding a Bachelor or Masters of Science in Nursing who wish to move into nursing education. Graduates of this program are eligible to sit for the Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) examination.
Curriculum: The 43 - credit Master of Science in Nursing Track, which is completed through full-time or
part-time study in preceptored clinical settings provides a flexible, executive-education format All clinical courses are offered as immersion practicum experiences, conducted in faculty approved, in-person, preceptored clinical settings. The following course sequence is required for this curriculum of study. The ANE track is a 4 semester full-time program with opportunity for part-time enrollment. The program begins each semester in the Fall, Spring or Summer. All course work is completed over 4 semesters. Students may transfer in course credit for courses completed at an accredited academic institution.