The Nursing Education Certificate Program consists of 18-19 units of specific coursework that prepares nurses who have completed a Master of Nursing degree to be effective educators in either a health care service agency, a community, and/or an academic setting. Students will develop both theoretical and practical expertise in the educational field. The Certificate in Nursing Education can be completed concurrently with a Master's Degree or separately as a post-master's certificate.
Enrollment in the Nursing Graduate Program is not a requirement of registration in these courses. Completion of the following course work with a grade of "B" or better;
Core Classes (13 units):
Take all of the following:
Electives (5-6 units):
Two electives selected from the following:
One course (3 units) in Educational Technology. Choose from the following: ETEC 535, 510, 525, 551, 570
One course (2-3 units) in Nursing. Choose from the following: NRSG 502, 551A, or another course as approved by the program director.
This program is eligible for financial aid under the federal Gainful Employment regulation. Click here for more details.