Student Learning Outcomes: MSN Nurse Educator Concentration

Upon completion of the Master’s curriculum, the new graduate will be able to:

  1. Design health care-centered curricula and programs with an altruistic concern for the welfare of students, patients, and communities while supporting autonomy and respecting human dignity.
  2. Design health care-centered curricula and programs aimed at clinical prevention and population health.
  3. Lead organizations and systems in the principles of nursing education through ethical decision making related to health promotion.
  4. Integrate evidence into practice and quality improvement measures that support legal and ethical standards of health care education in diverse settings.
  5. Use technology to educate health care providers and facilitate interprofessional collaboration to improve outcomes of all populations.
  6. Evaluate domestic and global health integrating the principles of health care education for delivery systems, policies, epidemiology, and the environment.
  7. Promote the health of patients through the education of providers to enable them to integrate interprofessional management of risk reduction, disease prevention and the management of illness.
  8. Demonstrate professional role competencies of nursing education through the teaching and learning of advanced practice principles and theories.

The completion of the program or the post-master’s certificate courses will enable nurse educators in the state of North Carolina to meet the requirements for the North Carolina Board of Nursing and enable the graduates to be eligible to take the Certification for Nurse Educators (CNE) examination sponsored by the National League for Nursing.