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The Nurse Educator Certificate Program is designed for experienced RNs with a master's in nursing in another area of nursing specialty who want to develop the knowledge and skills needed to teach in schools of nursing and healthcare settings. The program includes three theory courses and two practicum courses. The student will select a preceptor and teaching site for the onground Practicum. The total number of credits required for the certificate is 15 credits. Prior to admission to the Nurse Educator Certificate Program, students must have completed graduate level courses in Advanced Health Assessment, Advanced Pharmacology, and Advanced Pathophysiology.
On completion of the Nurse Educator Certificate Program the graduate will be able to meet the following competencies:
|Theoretical Foundations & Instructional Strategies in Nursing Education (NUR-630)||3|
|Curriculum Theory & Development in Nursing Education (NUR-700)||3|
|Testing, Assessment & Evaluation (NUR-710)||3|
|Nurse Educator: Seminar and Practicum I (NUR-740)*||3|
|Nurse Educator: Seminar and Practicum II (NUR-750)*||3|
*Note: Completion of 150 on-ground, supervised hours is required in each Practicum course. Application for Practicum placement is submitted six months in advance. The Practicums must be taken consecutively.