Robin Murray, D.N.P.
Department of Nursing
Dr. Robin Elaine Murray, a Core Faculty member at ACE, has taught pre-licensure registered nursing and online courses at the college level since 2004. Murray earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) from Indiana University in 1997 and a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) from Webster University in 2003. A lifelong learner, Murray holds a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) in Educational Leadership from American Sentinel University and is a Certified Nurse Educator (CNE). Murray's research focus is professional comportment and incivility in nursing and nursing education.
Dr. Murray serves as the Associate Dean of Nursing at Missouri Baptist University in St. Louis, MO. Murray serves as the VP of Communication for the Missouri Nurses Association. An excellent communicator and highly collaborative, she enjoys developing and mentoring junior faculty to ensure a strong faculty team and nursing program.
Clinically, Murray has worked with adult patients in medical-surgical units, home care, occupational health, burn intensive care, cardiac and trauma step-down, behavioral health, and faith community nursing. She was inducted into the Sigma Theta Tau, the International Honor Society for Nursing in 1996, Golden Key International Honor Society in 2017, and Delta Epsilon Tau Honor Society in 2019. Murray is a member of the National League for Nursing and the American Nurses Association, as well as Missouri Nurses Association, where she serves as the Vice President of Communication.
Before her nursing career, Murray served in the United States Air Force and Air Force Reserve Forces from 1990-1997 as both a cryptologic linguistic specialist and an air cargo handler.
Doctorate in Educational Leadership
American Sentinel University
Master's in Nursing
Bachelor's in Nursing
Professionalism, comportment, and civility in nursing
Ed.D. in Nursing Education Doctor of Education
Ed.S. in Nursing Education Educational Specialist
This program is perfect for nurses who want to advance their knowledge in nursing education beyond a master’s degree without completing a dissertation. It’s also stackable, if you decide after completing the Ed.S. program that you would like to continue and complete an Ed.D. program with a dissertation. This means that you can apply your Ed.S. credits to the Ed.D. in Nursing Education and complete that program in just 37 credits.
BSN to MSN Master of Science
RN to MSN Master of Science
Turn your RN into an MSN with this accelerated program that also allows you to earn a bachelor’s degree on the way to your master’s. Designed to help you excel in evidence-based decision making, informatics, global perspectives and innovative thinking, this program prepares graduates to serve in educational or administrative roles in nursing.
RN to BSN Bachelor of Science
The RN to BSN is a nursing bachelor completion program designed for current RNs looking to take the next step in advancing their careers. With a BSN you gain advanced nursing knowledge and expanded professional skills to excel in a global and increasingly complex healthcare system. Nurses with a BSN qualify for more jobs and earn higher salaries than associate degree nurses.
You’ll have faculty support as you navigate your courses with our faculty to student ratio of 1:20. Textbooks are included in our cost, and they can be accessed using your mobile device, too! The RN-BSN program can be completed in as few as 12 months and also includes an international experience where you will meet and interact with your colleagues from Peru as you examine healthcare from a global perspective.
Certificate in Nursing Education and Simulation Certificate
Certificate in Nursing Leadership and Management Certificate
Micro-Credential in Simulation in Healthcare Micro-Credential
The Simulation in Healthcare credential will provide healthcare educators with competencies necessary to design, implement, and evaluate teaching strategies and curriculum in on-ground, online, and clinical practice settings. The course series will advance competencies in the use of technology and simulation to foster optimal learner outcomes.