- Adult-Gerontology NP
- BSN On-campus
- Doctor of Nursing Practice
- Family Nurse Practitioner
- Nurse Anesthesia
- Nurse Educator
- PhD in Nursing
- Psychiatric and Mental Health
- RN to BSN
- Nutrition and Dietetics
- Community Nutrition
- MS in Nutrition
- Social Work
- MSW Distance Concentration
- MSW On Campus Concentration
- MSW Distance Foundation
Master's of Science Degree - Online Program
One million new and replacement nurses will be needed by 2020. Yet tens of thousands of students are turned away from nursing schools each year due to lack of faculty.
Health care organizations need to ensure their teams are educated on best practices in a diverse and ever-changing health care environment.
Through UND's Nurse Educator program, you can learn how to teach, to motivate and to ignite the passion among those committed to one of the most important professions in health care!
Embrace the incredible opportunities and rewards of educating nurses.
The Nurse Educator program prepares graduates for faculty positions in nursing education programs, and also for planning and delivering staff and patient education. Designed with the working professional in mind, the 41 credit curriculum is delivered primarily online with an online orientation, part-time curriculum and now includes just one on-campus visit to enhance learning and facilitate assessment.
A totally online 14 credit post-master's certificate option is also available for nurses with master's degrees in nursing who are seeking additional career options.
Masters Option Application Deadline for Fall Admission: June 15
Post-Master's Certificate Option Application Deadline for Spring Admission: October 31
UND Nursing programs ascribe to the College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines Mission Statement found at About CNPD
"The UND Masters/Nursing Educator track online has been an irreplaceable experience in my career as an Emergency Department clinical staff/nurse educator in a Level II Emergency/Trauma Center. The UND courses I have taken, as well as instructors and peers in the UND College of Nursing graduate program that I have had the privilege to interact with, have positively influenced my teaching and learning experience beyond measure! In the online environment, communication and belongingness can be a challenge; however, the administration, instructors and advisors at UND make an obvious and concerted effort to communicate and interact as if I was present at the University. I am confident that UND produces outstanding nurse educators that are prepared to be leaders in developing compassionate, accountable, and skilled nurses for our communities. I feel ready to embark on my future as a nurse educator!"