RN to MSN - Nurse Educator
RN to MSN - Nurse Educator
RN to MSN - Nurse Educator

RN to MSN - Nurse Educator

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Distance education is offered through the Orange County, CA campus. Texas residents' distance education is offered through the Dallas, TX campus.

The West Coast University RN to Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program online - Nurse Educator track helps prepare students to take an active role in designing, implementing and evaluating educational programs that facilitate the learning of online nursing students and colleagues in the service setting, as well as other health professionals and patients.

Nurse Educators are critical players in ensuring quality educational experiences to prepare the nursing workforce, as they facilitate learner development and use assessment and evaluation strategies to address issues that effect program outcomes. The RN to MSN online student should be prepared to explore curriculum design and evaluation of educational programs in a variety of settings, and engage in scholarship, service and leadership pursuits as a Nurse Educator.

WCU Advantages

Get the most out of your online degree with these clear advantages:

The RN to Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) online programs are based on the Essentials of Master’s Education established by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing. Accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), the RN to MSN online graduate degree curriculum provides the tools needed to teach others and prepare for current and future career opportunities.

Online Environment

At WCU, you are not alone. WCU offers you the support and guidance to help achieve your professional goals. Our online classes are energizing, engaging and enriched with video content, simulations, adaptive quizzing and on the-go resources— to help you stay connected wherever you are. WCU’s RN to MSN online programs are simple to navigate and easy to use while we support you with clear and continuous access to your instructors, peers, Student Services and our 24/7 technical support.

If you are a RN looking to advance your education, consider your options at West Coast University. WCU offers multiple online programs for RNs – RN to BSN and RN to MSN (multiple track options). Learn how you can maximize your time and tuition dollars advancing directly from an RN to an MSN!

Support Beyond Graduation

West Coast University supports its RN to MSN online students beyond the last day of class.  We are committed to helping our RN to MSN online graduates throughout their careers.

Through our Career Service Department, we provide ongoing assistance with professional and career development through workshops and guidance for our students and graduates.  We partner with industry professionals and enhance the prospects for securing employment and obtaining professional success. 

Challenge/Advanced Placement for Military Personnel

Individuals who have held Military Health Care Training may be eligible to receive credit for previous education training. 

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Nursing Challenge Exam Additional Requirements


The distance education nursing programs for Texas residents is offered through the Dallas, TX campus. For other states, nursing distance education is offered through the Orange County, CA campus and may not be available to residents in all states. The RN to MSN Nurse Educator program requires 135 hours of Practice Experience.

West Coast University's Master of Science in Nursing program is programmatically accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).

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