Basic details about this nursing degree program:
This specialized track consists of 19 credits of core courses, 16 credits of specialization courses, and 6 credits of capstone courses. All students must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 before entering this program which focuses on health and nursing education. Some examples of courses include teaching strategies for nursing educators, linking theory to nurse practice, and the nurse educator: roles, responsibilities, and relationships, and many more. This degree can be completed in as little as two years dependent upon the individual’s progress and any credits that may be transferred. Students can speak to any one of Walden’s enrollment advisors for more assistance and information. This program can give students the educational background they need to become successful in the world of health care and nursing education. They can help to provide a new outlook to our next generation of nurses, and help with staff development, schools, communities, and other settings where nurses are required.