This program combines foundation courses in education with courses in the principles and practices of nursing education. It prepares students to function in nursing educational roles in academic and nonacademic settings.
Applicants must hold a master's degree in nursing. Applicants must meet the admission standards and application requirements specified in Graduate Admissions and apply using the Application for Graduate Admission. Acceptance to the nursing program is contingent upon admission to the university. The application process is competitive, and applications are considered for the fall and spring semesters. For application deadlines and detailed application requirements, please refer to the College of Public Health Admissions website.
For policies governing all graduate certificates, see AP.6.8 Requirements for Graduate Certificates.
Total credits: 15
This certificate may be pursued on a part-time basis only.
Candidates must have 15 graduate credits and a minimum GPA of 3.00 in course work, with no more than 3 credits with a grade of C to earn the certificate.
|NURS 716||Principles of Assessment and Evaluation in Nursing Education||3|
|NURS 726||Perspectives in Nursing Education||3|
|NURS 727||Application of Nursing Education Principles to Curriculum and Program Development||3|
|NURS 728||Practicum and Seminar in Nursing Education I||3|
|NURS 729||Practicum and Seminar in Nursing Education II||3|
Students who qualify for a 3-credit practicum because of their educational experience may choose the remaining 3 credits from courses designated by the graduate nursing program.