Nurse Education in Academic and Practice Settings (Graduate Certificate)

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This certificate program prepares registered nurses and other health professionals who have earned a master's degree to teach in academic or practice settings. This graduate certificate program is delivered using a hybrid format that optimizes in-person and iCourse delivery methods. Courses include curriculum development, teaching methods, design and delivery of mediated instruction, producing and evaluating educational programs and a teaching practicum.

Degree Offered

Nurse Education in Academic and Practice Settings (Graduate Certificate)

Location

Downtown

Plan of Study

The Plan of Study is the required curriculum to complete the program.

Application Deadline

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Admission Requirements

ASU has set minimum standards for admission to graduate programs. The Nurse Education in Academic and Practice Settings (Graduate Certificate) has additional requirements that must be met in order to be considered for the program.

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