Post-Master's Certificate in Nursing Educator


Degrees offered



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The Nurse Educator Certificate Program offers graduates of a Master of Science degree program in nursing an opportunity to engage in scholarly inquiry related to nursing education grounded in caring science. Theory-guided, reflective practice informs curriculum understandings and educational praxis in a variety of settings. Practicum experiences are available in colleges and universities, clinical professional development in acute care and community settings, simulation sites, and other teaching and learning environments to meet the students needs.


Required Courses

          NUR-502 Technology in Nursing Education (3)
          NUR-512 Trends in Nursing Education and Policy (3)
          NUR-513C Curriculum Development and Evaluation in Nursing Grounded in Caring (Certificate) (3)
          NUR-605C Teaching in Nursing Education Seminar and Practicum (Certificate) (3)

          Total Credits: 12


The 12-credit Post-MSN Nurse Educator Certificate is available to students already holding an MSN, DNP, or PhD or currently enrolled in an MSN program at NDMU.