John Rosselli - Program Director
John Rosselli, RN, MS, CFNP, ACRN, CNE, serves as interim director of the Nurse Educator program.
Georgetown's Nurse Educator program offers professional nurses the opportunity to combine their clinical experience with a passion for teaching in academic and/or professional development settings.
Grounded in theoretical perspectives of nursing and education, the program prepares graduates for advanced practice roles related to nursing education, educational research and policy, and nurse educator leadership.
The graduate core courses encompass interdisciplinary nursing and science requirements that provide content essential to nurse educators.
The Nurse Educator courses expand and extend knowledge gained in the core, and provide an opportunity for students to confront important issues in education and develop skills as educators.
The program is open to students who are interested in obtaining a master’s degree (35 credits).
The program specialty courses provide students with didactic experience in the following content areas:
Practicum experiences will be in either the academic or professional development setting. During their practicum experiences (totaling 275 hours over three semesters), students will:
The program is also committed to offering opportunities in global service learning.
At the conclusion of the master's program or certificate, eligible graduates will be able to take the examination for the Nursing Professional Development Board Certification offered by the American Nurses Credentialing Corporation, as well as the Certified Nurse Educator credential offered by the National League for Nursing.
The Nurse Educator program is offerered in an online modality. Please click here to learn about the revolutionary way in which we deliver our graduate Master of Science in Nursing program.
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