Nursing Education Graduate Certificate
The graduate certificate in nursing education is offered to nurses who seek to advance their competencies in education. Candidates for this certificate program are prepared with a baccalaureate or master’s degree in nursing.
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The graduate certificate in nursing education is 12 academic credits (4 courses) selected from the following 3 credit courses:
*If choosing the 1 credit courses, all three courses need to be completed to earn 3 credits.
|Course #||Course Name||# of Credit Hours|
|NUR 6107||Advanced Comprehensive Health Assessment||3|
|NUR 6109||Advanced Concepts in Pathophysiology||3|
|NUR 6204||Pharmacology for the Master’s Prepared Nurse||3|
|NUR 6102||Teaching and Evaluation Strategies||3|
|NUR 6202||Curriculum Design, Program Planning, and Evaluation||3|
|NUR 6401||Mobile Apps for Nursing Practice||1|
|NUR 6402||Nursing and Healthcare Informatics||1|
|NUR 6403||Simulation for Nurse Educators||1|