Nursing Education Certificate Program
The Nursing Education Certificate Program is designed to provide nurses with knowledge and skills of adult education designed to address the education issues unique to the nursing profession including client safety, clinical competencies, and requirements of the state board and other accreditation agencies.
The Nursing Education Certificate Program prepares the nurse to apply teaching-learning theory, principles of curriculum development, evaluation methodology, and role socialization as a nurse educator in a variety of settings.
Required Courses (9 hrs.)
The following courses must be taken by students in the Nursing Education Certificate Program:
|NURS 5327||Nursing Education Curriculum Development||
|NURS 5328||Evaluation in Nursing Education||
|NURS 5329||Nurse Educator Role Strategies and Practicum||
Completion of the Certificate
The successful completion of 9 semester credit hours is required in the Nursing Education Certificate program (see courses listed above). Individuals receive college credit for each course completed. These courses will be listed on an official university transcript and a certificate of completion will be awarded.