The Master of Science in Nursing for Educators (MSN Ed) Program is CCNE accredited and designed for bachelor degree nurses that have a passion to teach the next generation of Nightingale associate and bachelor degree nurses. Graduates are also prepared to work in other diverse settings like hospitals, community agencies, schools, industry and businesses. The MSN Ed Program content is grounded in the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) Essentials of Master’s Education in Nursing and evidence based on national standards and research related to effective teaching, learning, and role development.

To view the MSN 20-month program cost: click here.

Program Features

Graduate in just 24 months

MSN is CCNE accredited, Blend of Online Instruction and In-Person Instruction

Tuition Reductions for Nightingale College Alumni

Program Overview

Tuition & Fees

Program Curriculum

Application Deadline

Don’t Wait to Apply!

Enrollment in our programs is on a first come, first served basis for those applicants that have completed the necessary steps in the admissions process. It is highly recommended to apply as early as possible. Work with your Admissions Advisor to discuss deadlines.

Application Deadline


July 9, 2023

*After each round, acceptance and denial letters are sent to applicants. When cohorts are filled the Admission department will begin accepting applications for the next start date. It is highly recommended that you submit your application as early as possible.

Ready to become a nurse educator?

MSN Ed Program Core Competencies

✓ Client-Centered Care ✓ Intentional Learning with Reflection ✓ Evidence-Based Practice ✓ Decision-Making and Clinical Reasoning ✓ Organizational, Local, and Global Leadership ✓ Communication and Informatics ✓ Quality and Safety Assurance ✓ Teamwork and Collaboration ✓ CCNE Accredited

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