Master of Science in Nursing: Nurse Educator

Description

The online M.S.N. Nurse Educator emphasis is designed to prepare nurses for educational roles in academia, health care organizations, and health care systems. The program prepares you to develop program design, deliver content, and perform formative and summative evaluations techniques.

Master of Science in Nursing: Nurse Executive Leadership and Administration

Description

The Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) Nurse Executive Leadership and Administration emphasis prepares you to pursue roles as a nurse executive in a variety of health care delivery settings. The emphasis focuses on management of finance and operations of healthcare organizations, leading health care innovations, and strategies to respond to health care challenges and trends.

Nursing

Features

– 96% NCLEX pass rate for 2020
– Night & weekend option
– 100% job placement
– Internships: Sumner Regional, Southern Hills, St. Thomas, Skyline, TriStar/HCA,Vanderbilt (VESNIP) & Veterans Affairs (VALOR) Program.

Description

In this program you’ll learn how to become a caring, highly competent graduate who provides excellent, evidence-based nursing care for individuals, families, and communities. You’ll strengthen your communication, critical thinking, and leadership skills to help you excel in the field of nursing.

Testimonial

“The Faculty are what makes this program. Each professor cares tremendously about their students. Their ability to build character and engage students is outstanding.” May 2020 Graduate

RN to BSN (Online)

Description

Cumberland University’s Online RN-BSN program is designed for the working nurse. Nurses with an Associate’s Degree or Diploma in nursing, meeting the admissions requirements, will have the opportunity to continue working their current work schedule while finishing their BSN Degree. The RN-BSN program will prepare the RN with an education focused on: a) the future of the nursing profession, b) addressing current trends in healthcare, and c) providing a foundation for graduate education. There are no traditional hospital clinicals for this program. Students will, however, complete course projects using their work environments and communities.