Seton Hall University's Ph.D. in Nursing program offers a rigorous, research-intensive curriculum tailored for advancing nurse scientists and educators.
Emphasizing both qualitative and quantitative research methodologies, our program is crafted to foster significant contributions to nursing research and education. With comprehensive coverage of teaching pedagogy, curricular innovation, and evaluative metrics, students are primed for instructional excellence in nursing education.
FAQs about our Ph.D. in Nursing Program
- Flexibility: The program is offered synchronous online or in person, accommodating diverse student needs.
- Duration: Typically completed in 3-5 years, accommodating full- or part-time students.
- Career Prospects: Graduates excel as nurse researchers, educators, healthcare leaders and policy advisors.
- Distinctive Edge: Our program is renowned for its scholarly rigor, educator preparation, versatile delivery modes, expert faculty, and a collaborative academic atmosphere.
Want to Learn More?
Attend a virtual information session, during which you will receive an overview of the program, meet our faculty and ask questions. Plus, attendees receive an application fee waiver just for attending!