Nurse Educator Certificate (Post-Master’s)
Program Location: Los Angeles Campus Only
Program Semester Credits: 12
Program Length: 2 Semesters – 40 weeks
The Nurse Educator program is committed to the development of the nursing professional who can integrate enhanced leadership skills with nursing education in the academic or service setting, to formulate a professional commitment to learning and to make a contribution to quality improvement.
A total of 13 semester credits are required to earn the Nurse Educator Certificate. The Nurse Educator Certificate is a postgraduate certificate program that includes didactic theory courses and practicum experience. Individuals who hold an MSN and complete this educational component will be qualified to teach nursing.
Applicants for the Nurse Educator (Post-Master's) Program must:
- Have a Master of Science in Nursing degree from an accredited insitution, or
- Concurrent enrollment in the West Coast University MSN program.
Nurse Educator (Post-Master's) Curriculum
Core Nurse Educator (Post-Master's) Courses
|NURS 600||Principles of Teaching and Learning||
|NURS 610||Curriculum Design||
|NURS 631||Simulation & Clinical Nursing Education||
|NURS 641L||Nursing Education Teaching practicum||
|Total Credit Hours:||12.0
Nurse Educator (Post-Master's) Certificate Program Costs
For program costs, please see the Graduate Tuition and Fees section.