Nurse Educator Certification
Lolita Chappel-Aiken, Ed.D.
Division of Nursing
F.L. Atkins Room 234
601 Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr.
Winston-Salem, NC 27110
This 13-credit certificate program is designed to equip master's prepared nurses for teaching positions in educational and service settings. The certificate provides nurses with essential knowledge and skills in teaching, program development, evaluation, clinical instruction and other aspects of the educational process in nursing. Courses focus on concepts of learning; teaching methods and concepts of teaching in nursing; multimedia, computer-assisted instruction and distance education; development of educational programs in nursing; evaluation; testing; and clinical teaching from a theoretical and research perspective.
Required Courses and Credits
|Course Title||Credit Hours|
|NUR 6307||Advanced Nursing Technologies||3|
|NUR 6220||Education Theories||2|
|NUR 6344||Practicum in Nursing Education||3|
|NUR 6328||Curriculum and Instruction||3|
|NUR 6245||Education Residency||2|
|NUR 6307, NUR 6220, and NUR 6328
are prerequisites for NUR 6344 and NUR 6245.
Admission to the Graduate Certificate Program
Admission into this program is contingent upon admission to the Winston-Salem State University School of Graduate Studies and Research and the availability of Division of Nursing MSN Program resources.
The certificate must be earned within three years of initial admission and all coursework must be completed in accordance with the published academic procedures of Winston-Salem State University and the School of Graduate Studies and Research.