Nurse Educator Certificate Plan
Graduate certificate programs offered for academic credit require a 3.0 cumulative grade point average with no grade lower than a “B”. All courses must be in residence.
The Department of Nursing offers a four course (12 SCH) Education Certificate Program designed to develop expertise in the teaching of nursing students enrolled in a variety of educational programs. All courses in the Education Certificate Program are offered in a convenient online format. The program will benefit M.S.N. graduates wanting to develop expertise in curriculum development, teaching strategies including online strategies, and evaluation. Students enrolled in the certificate program will also have the opportunity to partner with a faculty member in a variety of practical experiences, including clinical and lab instruction as well as didactic instruction. To enter the program, individuals must hold a master’s degree with a major in nursing.
|Advanced Health Assessment
|Leadership and Roles in Advanced Nursing
And 50 clinical hours in advanced nursing role.
|Curriculum in Nursing Education
|Teaching Strategies and Evaluation in Nursing Education
|Roles and Financial Management in Nursing Education
|Capstone Practicum in Nursing Education
Total semester credit hours required: 12