Master of Nursing in Population Health: Nurse Educator
The MN Nursing Education program will prepare you to be a nurse educator. You will take the core master’s course work and additional course work in education. Enter the MN program with a BSN or the RN-MN program as an RN with a bachelor’s degree in any field.
Graduates work as faculty in ADN or BSN higher education programs, or as nurse educators in a number of settings including acute care, public health, outpatient clinics, home healthcare, and more.
Graduates may qualify to take the National League for Nursing (NLN) Certified Nurse Educator Exam.
MN courses are completed using a hybrid model where students participate both in class and online. Most classes meet no more than five times per semester; the remaining course work is offered online.
Full and part-time study options are available. If you attend full-time, you will complete the program in about two years. If you attend part-time you will likely complete the degree requirements in three to four years.
Graduate Certificate Options
If you are completing this track, you may take additional course work and apply for a graduate certificate in either Nursing Leadership, Nursing Education, and Public Health. Please contact the graduate program office for additional information.
The College of Nursing provides academic support for students at the Tri-Cities, Vancouver, Walla Walla, Yakima and Spokane campuses. Visit the current students resources page for access to all the information you’ll need to be successful.
The College of Nursing awards at least $465,000 each year to support high-achieving nursing students who are striving to improve the quality of health care.
You may earn your MN degree via two pathways. Enter the MN program with a BSN degree, or choose the RN-MN pathway and enter the program as an RN with a bachelor’s degree in any field. Each pathway has a different application and admission process. Select your pathway below for additional application and admission information.
If you are completing this track, you may take additional course work and apply for a graduate certificate in either Nursing Leadership, Nursing Education or Public Health. Please contact the graduate program office for additional information.
Congratulations! You’ve Been Admitted. Now What?
Refer to WSU Spokane’s Admitted Student section of our website for information on what’s next in the admission process. This site includes orientation information, a list of nursing requirements, important dates and deadlines, and additional resources you will need during the admission process.
Graduate program costs are subject to change and are meant to give you a general idea of program costs. For more information on the estimated cost of programs, visit the WSU Student Financial Services. Nursing program costs are listed under Professional Students.
MN & DNP Program Costs
WSU Application Fee
Tuition (in state)
$8,878 per semester ($888 per credit for part-time)