Clinical Placement Made Easy
At Walsh, we understand the value of support, which is why we provide extensive clinical placement support for students in our online graduate nursing programs.
Walsh’s clinical placement services provide MSN-NE students with clinical sites and preceptors for all graduate-level clinical courses. Throughout the entire placement process, a dedicated placement coordinator will support you every step of the way. To learn more, schedule an appointment with an admissions advisor.
Online Masters in Nursing Education Program Curriculum
Below is a sample list of courses you will take while enrolled in the online Masters in Nursing Education (MSN-NE) program. For a full list, please download a brochure.
Online Masters in Nursing Education Careers and Outcomes
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, individuals 25 and older with a master’s degree earned approximately $10,000 more a year than their counterparts with a bachelor’s degree The Nurse Educator program at Walsh prepares NEs to teach in a variety of settings and influence the next generation of nursing professionals. According to the National League for Nursing, Nurse Educators are in demand nationally as the current generation of nurse educators are approaching retirement.
Nurse educators work in a variety of environments, including:
- Academic institutions
- Various healthcare facilities
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation observed a nursing faculty shortage and emphasized the need for educators with in-the-field experience. The American Association of Colleges of Nursing conducted a survey where more than 1,000 faculty jobs were vacant. More than 60,000 applicants were turned away from nursing school due to a lack of faculty and educational facilities/resources. Your role as a nurse educator helps fulfill the need for experienced educators who have the knowledge and skills necessary to influence as well as shape the future of nursing.
Download a brochure to learn more.