Nurse Educator Post-Graduate Certificate
Post-Graduate Certificate (28 credits)
The Nurse Educator Post-Graduate Certificate program will prepare the MSN graduate for the nurse educator role in academic or staff development settings. The curriculum integrates core masters-level concepts, advanced clinical foundations (assessment, pharmacology, pathophysiology) and education-focused courses. Students develop teaching strategies in the didactic and clinical setting, synthesize teaching/learning theories, and acquire skills in curriculum development. Clinical practicum objectives include the student’s ability to provide didactic and clinical instruction within the academic or clinical settings. As a result, graduates of the Nurse Educator Post-Graduate Certificate are well prepared to assume faculty or clinical instructor positions in schools of nursing or staff development positions in health care institutions.
Upon successful completion of the Post-Graduate Certificate Nurse Educator, the graduate will be eligible to seek certification as a Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) from the National League for Nursing (NLN)
**Upon discussion with MSN Advisor, Student will elect to conduct either a Special Research Project (NURS795) or do the traditional thesis (NURS799).
Advanced Nursing Core
|NURS601||MSN Orientation Seminar||0|
|NURS740||Advanced Health Assessment||2|
|NURS740V||Advanced Health Assessment Lab||1|
Nursing Educator Concentration
|HINT730||Legal Aspects and Compliance||3|
|NURS765||Concepts of Adv Nurs Practice||2|
|NURS765C||Concepts of Adv Nurs Prac Clin||2|
|NURS780||Theoretical Fndns Teach/Learn||3|
|NURS784||Curriculum Devel/Program Eval||3|
|NURS787||Role of the Nurse Educator||1|
|NURS787C||Role Nurse Educator Clinical||1|
|NURS795 or NURS799||MSN Special Project or MSN Thesis||1|
Which class should I take? When should I take it?
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