Certificate in Nurse Educator
The Department of Nursing demonstrates its commitment to preparing nurse educators for the profession by offering a Nurse Educator post-graduate certificate for nurses with graduate nursing degrees in other specializations who wish to prepare for the nurse educator role. The Nurse Educator certificate prepares the holder for nurse educator positions in both academic and clinical settings. The certificate program consists of a total of 20 units.
In addition to the general requirements of the university, specific requirements are:
- An earned master’s or doctoral degree in nursing from a regionally accredited institution and CCNE-accredited program.
- 3.0 ("B") minimum GPA calculated according to recommended practice of the CSUSB Graduate Council;
- Current California registered nurse (RN) license, unencumbered, unrestricted, with no disciplinary action pending or imposed.
Applicants may consult the information on the Department of Nursing webpage for details about the significant clinical compliance requirements that must be met upon admission to the Nurse Educator certificate program.
Extension and transfer credit from other colleges and/or universities may make up no more than 30% of total certificate units.
|NURS 5411||Advanced Health Assessment Across the Life Span||3|
|NURS 5422||Advanced Pathophysiology||3|
|NURS 5433||Advanced Pharmacology||3|
|NURS 6588||Nursing Education: Curriculum and Instruction||3|
|NURS 6598||Nursing Education: Assessment and Evaluation||3|
|NURS 6608||Nursing Education: Technology for Instruction & Evaluation||3|
|NURS 6880||Advanced Role Practicum||2|