Director, Graduate Nursing Education
A. Susan Feeney, APRN, NP-C, FNP-BC Office: Sylvia Trottier Hall
Phone: (603) 897-8528
The Nursing Education track prepares graduates to teach in all areas of health care delivery, including schools of nursing, acute care facilities, and other health care settings. Graduates of the Nursing Education track are eligible to sit for national certification through the NLN once they have met the prerequisite work experience requirements.
Degree Requirements (36 credits)
Undergraduate statistics (or evidence of completion)
Students may take three courses (9 credits) from a list of specified courses prior to matriculating.
Students must follow their Program of Studies when registering for courses. If students wish to make a change to their Program of Studies, they must request the change in writing to the Graduate Nursing Education Program Director.
Students must complete clinical/practicum requirements prior to practicum courses.