WJU's Master's in Nursing Education Ranked One of the Most Affordable in Country

  WJU News
  Wednesday, July 26, 2017 1:01 PM
  WJU News, Academics

Wheeling, WV

Wheeling Jesuit University's (WJU) online master of science in nursing education degree has been ranked as one of the best affordable programs by Grad School Hub.

WJU's MSN in nursing education was the 24th most affordable program listed by the ranking service. Grad School Hub reviewed 92 accredited colleges and universities nationwide as listed by the National Center for Education Statistics. The ranking service narrowed the pool to those receiving rankings from major publications like U.S. News & World Report and then ranked the 30 most affordable programs.

WJU Dean of the School of Health Sciences, Dr. Maryanne Capp said, “What sets our MSN program a part from many is that our curriculum not only focuses on courses in nursing, it also provides courses that ground students in Jesuit educational principles like care for the whole person. WJU's MSN in nursing education looks at the core issues as they related to health care in today's society - this course of study teaches students to look at the big picture.”

She added, “Three courses in particular - Health Care Policy and Politics, Health Care Delivery Systems & Economics and Health Promotion - are at the core of the Wheeling Jesuit program. Additionally, the masters in nursing education is rigorous with clinical hours in many specialized areas that include family health, urology, women's health, pediatrics and geriatrics, which covers the entire spectrum of family health.”

Nurse educators or nursing instructors are a necessity to any health or clinical organization. Colleges and universities also hire nurse educators to train nursing students for nursing careers. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the job outlook for nursing educators is highly favorable. In fact, job growth is expected to increase by 13 percent over the next eight years.

Wheeling Jesuit's master of nursing education is designed to prepare nurses to work as educators or faculty members at all levels of education. The program is fully accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), and all courses are delivered online. Courses include advanced comprehensive assessment, curriculum and instruction, educational technology, evaluation, and the completion of a practicum. Admission to the program requires an accredited BSN with an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or better and adequate scores on the GRE or the MAT. Tuition and fees for WJU's MSN are $12,230.

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