Salt Lake City, Utah (PressExposure) October 21, 2009 -- With the expected growth of the number of RNâs, there is a potential projection of 587,000 new jobs being created by 2016 (http://www.bls.gov). Stevens-Henager College is taking proactive steps to ensure career advancement opportunities for Registered Nurses (RNs) by introducing their online Masterâs of Science Degree in Nursing Education.
The online Masters Degree in Nursing Education offered by Stevens-Henager College prepares nurses to be Nurse Educators in a variety of settings including higher education, vocational education, staff development and patient education. The content of this Masters in Nursing program focuses on preparing graduates to be conversant with theory and current trends in nursing as well as providing opportunity for students to confront important issues in education and develop skills as educators and teach in a variety of diverse settings.
Students seeking admission to this program must hold a valid Registered Nurse license. At Stevens-Henager College there is also no need to wait a long time for a course to begin - as classes start every month. Students need to complete the enrollment agreement and declare how they plan to finance their education. The college also offers a variety of Student Financial Aid Programs to those who qualify, including their own EduLoan Program, in case a student requires aid to fund his or her education.
Nursing education embodies a broader spectrum of training and inter-disciplinary research that is necessary in the current medical arena. One interesting career option that RNs can consider apart from practicing in hospitals, clinics and various other healthcare facilities is Nursing Education. Nursing education deals with the theory and practical training provided to prepare nursing students for their duties as professional caregivers. This education is imparted to nursing students by trained and qualified medical and nursing professionals.
For more details on the Masters degree in Nursing Education, call 1-800-622-2640 or visit http://www.stevenshenager.edu to request for more information.