Post-MSN Nurse Educator Certificate
The Post-MSN Nurse Educator Certificate outcomes:
1) To incorporate educational theoretical perspectives, instructional design and assessment, and pedagogy of instruction in classroom, clinical, and laboratory areas.
2) Create a learning environment for nursing students that promotes the development of the core values of the profession.
3) Employ effective communication and technology within the diverse educational environment.
4) Demonstrate role responsibility and accountability in professional endeavors.
Program Contact Information:
Dr. Ursula A. Pritham
Graduate Program Director
Phone: (912) 478-0017
|General Admission Requirements|
|1. Master’s degree in Nursing from a college accredited by the appropriate accrediting association. The MAT or GRE is not required for admission.|
|2. Minimum graduate GPA of 3.0 (on 4.0 scale)|
|3. Current RN license in state of residence|
|4. Pre-admission interview by nursing faculty (by phone, electronic media, or in person)|
|5. Submission/completion of the College of Graduate Studies application (online)|
|6. Proof of current malpractice liability insurance|
|7. Must have the capability to fully utilize and interact within the on-line course delivery format of the institution
Gainful Employment Disclosure Info
Certificate Title: Nurse Educator
CIP Code: 51381701
Major Code: CERM
Title IV Eligibility: Yes
Loan Debt: *NA
Median Graduation Rate: *NA
Placement Rate: *NA
On-time Program Costs: Tuition and Fees
*In accordance with FERPA policy, information for academic programs with 10 or fewer students who complete is not disclosed
Last updated: 3/8/2017