The nurse educator certificate program consists of a combination of 12 online credit hours of course work and 192 clinical rotation hours in the location where you reside. You must be able to complete this certificate program in five years after you begin the program. Most students are able to complete the program within three to four semesters.
* Students who fail these checks or procedures will be subject to further review by the Department of Nursing Graduate Admission, Promotion and Graduation. This may result in dismissal from the MSN program.
Because of course constraints, only a limited number of students will be admitted to the Post-master’s Nurse Educator Certificate Program. Complete applications are reviewed on an ongoing basis. Admission is on a space available basis. Students may pursue either part-time or full-time study; however, all course work in the Post-Master’s Nurse Educator Certificate Program must be completed within 5 years.
In addition to 192 clinical rotation hours, you must complete the following 12 hours of course work to receive your family nurse educator certificate.
Required Courses (12 hours)
|Course Code||Course Title||Credit Hours
||Teaching/Learning for Health Care Educators
||Nursing Education Practicum
||Curriculum Design and Program Development
||Nursing Education Practicum II
||Issues in Healthcare Education
You can view the sample schedule or course offerings for more information about the program.
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