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Credit Requirements

This program consists of 12 credit hours. That means you only have to complete four courses to earn your certificate.

Application Deadlines

Fall: June 1

  • <blockquote class="quote-block--simple"> <p> “The simulation labs in the Health and Human Services Building have really helped. The mannequins are awesome—they can do everything. You go in there, you’re thrown into a situation, and things change. It’s really good critical-thinking training, to see where you lack, and where your strong points are.”</p> <p class="blockquote-author"><strong>Beatrice Perez</strong>, Class of 2019, Nursing</p> </blockquote>
  • <blockquote class="quote-block--simple"> <p> “My favorite class was Anatomy my freshman year. This was my first glimpse into what my future would look like. That class created an experience that allowed me to discover my strengths and weakness and work on becoming a successful student.”</p> <p class="blockquote-author"><strong>Alexis Samora</strong>, Class of 2022, Nursing</p> </blockquote>
  • <blockquote class="quote-block--simple"> <p> “My nursing degree launched me on this journey, and that education has made everything else possible.”</p> <p class="blockquote-author"><strong>Tracie Watkins</strong>, CEO, Shannon Rehabilitation Hospital, San Angelo | Classes of 2002 and 2020</p> </blockquote>
Teacher demonstrates a reflex test on a student while another student watches.

Certificate Courses (3 credit hours each)

  • NUR 6319: Curriculum in Nursing Education 
  • NUR 6340: Teaching Strategies and Evaluation in Nursing Education 
  • NUR 6347: Roles and Financial Management in Nursing Education 
  • NUR 6349: Capstone Practicum in Nursing Education 

Total credit hours: 12

*Each course must be completed with a grade of B or better to earn the certificate. All courses must be completed in residence.

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