Health Professions Educator Certificate - 12 credit hours
This interdisciplinary certificate affords graduate-prepared nurses broader opportunities and the necessary skill to find positions in nursing education at the various levels and become leaders in their field. Paired with faculty mentors throughout the program, students complete applied teaching projects in each educator course, including a final student teaching capstone.
Students may complete the Health Professions Educator Certificate within their graduate degree program or as post-graduate study. All required courses are online.
Students are admitted according to the following application deadlines: June 1 for Fall semester; April 1 for Summer semester; November 1 for Spring semester
NRSG 870 Designing a Student Learning Environment (3) Fall semester
NRSG 871 Curriculum/Program Planning and Evaluation (3) Spring semester
NRSG 873 Teaching with Technologies (3) Summer semester
NRSG 874 Nurse Educator Preceptorship (3) Fall semester
O*Net link - http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/21-1091.00 - Health educator
For information on total program costs, enrollment information, and occupations available with this training, see the Gainful Employment Disclosure.