Ph.D. in Nursing Education
The primary mission of the UNC Ph.D. in Nursing Education online program is to prepare nurse educators. The doctoral program prepares nurses to contribute to developing leadership in nursing education, the scholarship of teaching, and research in the discipline. Education at the doctoral level builds upon and extends content acquired at the baccalaureate and masters’ levels to emphasize theory development, learning strategies, and research skills. The program is committed to increasing the number of doctoral prepared nurse educators. Graduates of the Ph.D. program would be qualified to fill nursing faculty positions in educational institutions and health care agencies.
Applications are due February 15th for the Fall start. Late applications are accepted, however admission priority is given to those meeting the above deadline. You may contact the School of Nursing to see if applications are still being accepted for the upcoming Fall term. Admission is competitive.
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The UNC Ph.D. in Nursing Education program is brought to students through UNC Extended Campus. Visit their website for additional details about tuition, course descriptions, eligibility, and admission requirements.
For advising and other questions about the Ph.D. in Nursing Education program, please contact Vicki Wilson, PhD in Nursing Education Program Coordinator.