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Nursing (M.S.)

Program Fact Sheet

Clinical Nurse Educator Program Checklist

Health Care Leadership Program Checklist

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FALL 2017 - 5/15/17


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Dr. Lisa Seldomridge

Dr. Lisa Seldomridge

In an effort to meet the exceptional demands on health care practitioners, Salisbury University’s Department of Nursing provides a rigorous, science-based preparation for advanced nursing practice. Students who have an undergraduate nursing degree and who are licensed as a registered nurse can earn the M.S. in nursing as a clinical nurse educator or a health care leader from a program that fosters excellence.

Taught by distinguished fulltime faculty who practice what they teach, classes are conveniently scheduled in the evening and offer close faculty-student working relationships. Faculty advisors assist each student to design a personalized progression plan and to identify and encourage learning experiences that are responsive to student interests and learning goals.

Full-time students can earn their degree in approximately two years; part-time study can be completed in as little as three years. Graduates of the  Clinical Nurse Educator  and Health Care Leader programs are in demand and valued for their expertise and contributions. The graduate program in the Department of Nursing is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education and is proud to have educated many of the nursing leaders of the mid- Atlantic region and to continue professional relationships with many SU graduates.

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