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Plan of Study
The Nurse Educator program integrates scientific findings, nursing and learning theories, informatics, and technology into the development and evaluation of curricula and educational programs in diverse educational settings. Graduates provide ethical, evidence-based nursing education services for multi-cultural and ethnically diverse, students, staff, families, select populations, and communities.
Note: This program is open to nurses with a master's or doctorate in nursing who plan to or are teaching in schools of nursing or are in roles as nurse educators in staff development or health education.
|Call Number||Course Title||Number of Credits|
|NURS 716||Advanced Ambulatory Pharmacy||1-3|
|NURS 717R||Advanced Pathophysiology||3|
|NURS 735R||Introduction to Knowledge Development and Scientific Inquiry||3|
|NURS 736||Health Care Policy and Social Justice||3|
|NURS 737|| |
Population Aggregate Health Care Issues
Advanced Health Assessment
Care of Specialized Populations
|NURS 780||Curriculum and Evaluation||3|
|NURS 781||Instructional Design & Evaluation||3|
|NURS 782||Nurse Educator Practicum||5|
|NURS 797 |
|Thesis (Plan A) |
Research Project (Plan B)
|NURS 795R||Comprehensive Examination||1|
Total Credits: 37-39
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