Program: Nurse Educator Certificate
Important Notice: The Nurse Educator Certificate Program has been suspended until further notice and is no longer accepting new students.
The Nurse Educator Certificate Program (NECP) consists of five 3-unit courses (15 units) of learning-centered course content focused on methods/theory/practice of classroom and clinical teaching and instruction, and on leadership and faculty role development of the Nursing faculty. The 15 units of coursework will be offered over three semesters. Nurses who complete the Nurse Educator Certificate Program are qualified academically to take the Educator Certification Examination of the National League for Nursing (NLN, 2010).
NURS 560 Theories of Teaching and Instruction in Nursing (3)
NURS 561 Teaching and Learning Strategies in Nursing (3)
NURS 562 Curriculum Development in Nursing (3)
NURS 563 Evaluation and Assessment in Nursing Educations (3)
NURS 664 Faculty Role Development in Nursing (3)
Total Units for the Certificate: 15
Department of Nursing
Chair: Rebekah Child
Jacaranda Hall (JD) 2210