Why should you consider a concentration?
When you choose a concentration, you’re making a conscious choice to position yourself as a thought leader in the evolving field of nursing — whether it’s expanding your understanding of patient treatment needs or forming deeper connections with the students you teach, you’re making a significant impact. And while a general degree can help you develop your career, your concentration can drive it.
Before choosing your concentration, take a close look at industry trends and ask yourself a few questions:
- What are my strengths?
- What is my ideal work environment?
- What are my future career goals?
Use what you’ve discovered about your field and yourself to make a decision. Then you can compete for highly sought after jobs in education, leadership and global healthcare.
Nursing Education & Faculty Role Concentration
You won’t just teach aspiring nurses, you’ll inspire them to lead their generation and generations of nurses who follow them. We’ll teach you how to design a curriculum that’s innovative and engaging because it will incorporate trends from today’s evolving healthcare landscape.
Along with that, you’ll conduct research that can help shape clinical standards in the nursing profession and be eligible for the Certified Nurse Educator designation sponsored by the National League for Nursing.
Nursing Education & Faculty Role Concentration Coursework
Forensic Nursing Concentration
It’s one thing to collect evidence, it’s another to know how to communicate what the evidence means. With this concentration, you’ll learn how to do exactly that with the potential to become a trusted expert when evaluating crimes like sexual abuse, physical assault, and accidental or intentional death.
From detail-oriented analysis to court depositions that lead to prosecutions, this concentration will prepare you to assert your role in the criminal justice system and be eligible to sit for the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) certification exam.
Forensic Nursing Concentration Coursework
*Curriculum is subject to change