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2020 - 2021 Graduate Bulletin 
    
2020 - 2021 Graduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

Nursing Education Certificate Program


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The Nursing Education Certificate is offered for students who have a Master’s of Science in Nursing who want more formal coursework to prepare them specifically for classroom and clinical nursing education. The program consists of eight graduate-level courses for a total of four semester credits and is generally taken over a sixteen month period. Students are generally not eligible for federal funding for this certificate. These courses include: NURS-525: Advanced Health Assessment; NURS-601: Advanced Pathophysiology; NURS-610: Clinical Pharmacology for Advanced Practices Nurses; NURS-607: Education Foundations; NURS-608: Teaching Strategies; and NURS-609: Evaluation: Individual to Program. NURS-720: Clinical and Laboratory Teaching and NURS-722: Capstone Practicum are the synthesis courses for the Education Certificate.

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