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Post Master's Nurse Educator Certificate Program

Post Master's Nurse Educator Certificate Program

The Post-Master’s Nurse Educator Certificate program provides those already possessing a master’s degree in nursing who have a career goal of becoming educators in academic and/or clinical settings with relevant theory and clinical practice. This 12-credit program is designed to fulfill the course requirements to apply for the National League of Nursing’s (NLN) Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) certification. Following a transcript evaluation, it may be determined that NE Certificate applicants must take additional coursework to fulfill the requirements. In the context of these courses, students acquire at least 500 practicum hours in which they apply various concepts and theories in authentic precepted learning experiences.

Post Graduate Nurse Educator Certificate Program required courses:

MSN 612 Education and Human Development II (3 credits)

MSN 675 Theories and Strategies of Instructional Design and Assessment (3 credits)

MSN 701 Promoting Health in Diverse Communities (3 credits)

MSN 730 Practicum: Advanced Practice Nursing (3 credits)