Students in the Graduate Certificate Programs complete the theory courses specific to nursing education or nursing informatics.
An optional practicum experience may also be completed to obtain hands-on experience in the field.
Through the program, students gain knowledge and skills in the areas of educational theory, instructional methods, assessment and evaluation of learning and curriculum development.
After successful completion of certificate requirements, students are eligible to take the National League for Nursing certification exam in nursing education, which awards the credential of Certified Nurse Educator (CNE).
Semesters: 2.5 fulltime with practicum (15 credit hours)
2 fulltime without practicum (12 credit hours)
Theoretical Foundations and Instructional Strategies in Teaching and Learning
Advanced Pathophysiology, Health Assessment and Pharmacology for Nurse Educators
Assessment & Evaluation Techniques in Education
In the Graduate Certificate in Nursing Informatics program, students gain knowledge and skills in the practice of nursing informatics, management of healthcare data and information, and the use of data to inform decisions to improve processes and outcomes in healthcare settings.
After successful completion of certificate requirements, students are eligible to take the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) certification exam in nursing informatics.
Semesters: 2.5 fulltime with practicums (15 credit hours)
1.5 fulltime without practicum (9 credit hours)
Practice of Nursing Informatics
Managing Data & Information
Information Workflow in Healthcare
Informatics Nurse Specialist Practicum I
Informatics Nurse Specialist Practicum II
To read the full course descriptions, view our academic catalog.
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Classes Start Jan. 5th
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