Offered through Distance Education with On-Site Requirements
The Master of Science Program in Nursing Education prepares nurses as educators to teach new and advanced nurses, in schools of nursing as well as in clinical settings. This program is offered as an executive cohort program using a blended model with scheduled on-site immersions and curriculum delivery via a computer-mediated modality.
Graduate Program Outcomes
- Integrate scientific findings from nursing and related sciences to improve nursing care across diverse settings. (Essential I)
- Demonstrate leadership by collaborating and consulting with key stakeholders in the design, coordination and evaluation of patient care outcomes. (Essential II)
- Apply quality and safety principles within an organization to be an effective leader and change agent. (Essential III)
- Integrate theory, evidence, clinical judgment, research and interprofessional perspectives to improve practice and health outcomes for patient aggregates. (Essential IV)
- Ethically utilize data, information and appropriate technology to evaluate and achieve optimal health outcomes. (Essential V)
- Demonstrate political efficacy and competence to improve the quality of healthcare delivery and health outcomes of populations. (Essential VI)
- Integrate the concepts of interprofessional communication, collaboration and consultation to effectively manage and coordinate care across systems. (Essential VII)
- Synthesize ecological, global and social determinants of health to design and deliver culturally relevant clinical prevention interventions and strategies. (Essential VIII)
- Demonstrate behaviors of professional engagement and lifelong learning. (Essential IX)
- Completed application
- Baccalaureate degree with a major in nursing (non-nursing bachelor degrees, see Clinical Practice Portfolio below)*
- Minimum of one year's recent relevant experience (preferred)
- Unofficial transcripts from all college/universities attended
- Cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0
- Current professional Registered Nurse license
- Three online letters of recommendation
- Three credit undergraduate course in Health Assessment
- Three credit undergraduate course in Statistics
- Meet all Professional Standards for Admission and Retention
* Clinical Practice Portfolio - Applicants to a master's program with a non-nursing bachelor's degree are required to submit a clinical practice portfolio to be evaluated for baccalaureate-level nursing competencies once they have been admitted to a program. A non-refundable fee of $300.00 is required for the portfolio evaluation. If the portfolio does not meet academic standards, the student cannot be matriculated.
The Clinical Practice Portfolio is only required for those applicants with a non-nursing bachelor's degree who have been offered conditional acceptance.
Additional Requirements Upon Admission
- Official transcripts from all colleges/universities attended
- Current curriculum vitae/resume
- All newly admitted students will receive an email from the SON Required Documentation email address, shown below, with detailed instruction to utilize the required CastleBranch web-based software system. This system requires a one time fee and is where students will upload and manage required documents."firstname.lastname@example.org"
- Technical Requirements
Transcripts from foreign institutions must be evaluated for transfer equivalency credits by an accredited evaluation service, such as the World Education Services (WES) http://www.wes.org
The Stony Brook University School of Nursing reserves the right to change admission and program criteria to meet prevailing accreditation, regulatory and registration requirements.
Meeting clinical course requirements is dependent upon the availability of appropriate clinical sites and preceptors in a student’s region. The Stony Brook University School of Nursing cannot guarantee the availability of clinical sites and preceptors or the results of clinical contract/affiliation negotiations.
|HNH 503 Organizational Leadership and Role Transformation||3|
|HNH 504 Quality Improvement, Safety, and Health Care Technologies||3|
|HNH 505 Health Care Policy and Advocacy||2|
|HNG 541 Statistical Methods & Scholarly Inquiry||3|
|HNG 543 Applications in Clinical Nursing Research||3|
|HNG 540 Clinical Pharmacology||3|
|HNG 515 Advanced Health Assessment||3|
|HNG 588 Clinical Pathobiology||3|
Nursing Education Courses
|HNH 510 Facilitating Adult Learning||3|
|HNH 511 Curriculum Design, Implementation and Evaluation in Nursing Education||3|
|HNH 512 Advanced Teaching Strategies||3|
|HNH 513 Advanced Theory and Practice in Nursing Education I||3|
|HNH 514 Advanced Theory and Practice in Nursing Education II||4|
|HNH 515 Advanced Theory and Practice in Nursing Education III||4|
For more information, please contact:
Email address: Silvana.Jara@stonybrook.edu