Education Doctorate with Emphasis in Nursing Education
Be an innovator, be a leader, learn how to help others achieve their potential
If you're ready to take your nursing degree to the next level, Bryan College of Health Sciences is here to help you achieve your goals of becoming an innovator, leader
and educator in the nursing profession.
leading edge program is one of few in the country and the only education doctorate (EdD) with an emphasis in nursing education in the region. Our flexible, affordable and manageable program allows you to earn your doctorate degree while maintaining the life you enjoy. Nurse Faculty Loan Program funding available! Ask us how you could be eligible for 85% loan forgiveness after completion of our program.
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One of eight schools in the nation providing this innovative program
Nurse Faculty Loan Program (NFLP) funding available*
Prepare for a variety of leadership roles in education and practice
Create interprofessional teams and gain partnerships that will allow you to generate educated solutions to teach the next generation of nurses
Designed for working professionals who hold the master of science in nursing (MSN) degree. Curriculum varies if master's degree does not have emphasis in education
54-credit curriculum can be completed in four years
Blended learning format of online learning combined with only 3 visits to campus throughout the entire program
*The goal of the Nurse Faculty Loan Program (NFLP) is to alleviate the nursing shortage by contributing to the pool of qualified nurse educators. Up to 85% of tuition, fees and reasonable costs can be cancelled upon completion of an advanced degree with concentration in nursing education and four years of full-time or full-time equivalent teaching in a faculty role at an accredited nursing program. After completion of the degree, recipients have up to one year to find employment as faculty in order for the loan to be cancelled. Cancellation for the first three years of the loan is 20% and 25% for the fourth year, equaling 85% of the loan being cancelled.