You may be asking yourself, “Why, as a nurse, should I pursue a business degree?” Well, do you want to lead healthcare’s next evolution? If your future career goals include creating the culture and values of an organization from the ground up, then enrolling in an MSN/MBA program is the ideal choice for you.
Perhaps you were thinking about continuing your nursing education but are wondering what type of program might be best for you. Have you ever considered becoming a nurse educator? If you have a passion for teaching and a desire to share your clinical expertise, this track may be a great fit for you.
For enthusiasts of the English language, an online Master of Arts degree in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) from Spring Arbor University can be the gateway to a dynamic career in various locations across the country or around the globe.
We honor these 10 women in American business history. Set yourself apart with a part-time online MBA and join the legacy of American women achievers making strides in business.
by Terri Reynolds
Nurse educators are experienced nurses who typically hold a Master of Science in Nursing Education degree and who help the current generation of nurses stay up-to-date in their nursing practice. Good educators often make lifelong impressions on their students.