Post-Master’s Certificate in Nursing Education
The Nursing Education Certificate program prepares nurses for teaching roles in various clinical and/or academic settings. This program builds on skills and knowledge obtained in a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program. Note: Students must be admitted to the university before registering for this program (see Admission section below).
|GNRS 516||Integrative Disease and Symptom Management||3|
|GNRS 518||Supervised Practicum in Health Care 1||3 (1/2)|
|GNRS 660||Theories of Teaching and Instruction||3|
|GNRS 661||Leadership and Role Development in Nursing Education||3|
|GNRS 662||Assessment, Curriculum, Development, and Outcomes||3|
|GNRS 663||Clinical Practicum in Nursing Education||3 (0/3)|
|GNRS 664||Teaching-Learning Strategies and Educational Technology in Nursing Education||3|
Units in parentheses are classroom/clinical units
University graduate admission and program-specific requirements must be met before an application is complete (see Admission to the University). Program-specific application requirements are available online.
International students should contact Graduate and Professional Admissions for application procedures.
Program Learning OutcomesStudents who successfully complete this program shall be able to:
- Articulate a Christian worldview, demonstrating respect for the dignity and uniqueness of others, valuing diversity, and applying spiritual concepts.
- Engage in scholarly inquiry and critical thinking, including evaluation and application of evidence-based research.
- Appraise and apply knowledge to develop, implement, and evaluate interventions that promote health and prevent disease.
- Demonstrate thoughtful analysis of the legal, political, ethical, and/or financial factors impacting health care.
- Use information systems and technology to communicate, manage knowledge, promote quality, mitigate error, and support decision-making.
- Demonstrate the ability to coordinate and collaborate with other healthcare team professionals.
- Engage in clinical reasoning, effective communication, and act as change agents to develop professional identity and practice skill.