Nursing Educator Certificate (Post-Master's)

  • Program Overview

    The nursing educator post-master's certificate is designed to provide advanced knowledge related to the scope of practice for academic and staff development nurse educators.

    Coursework focuses on the role of the nurse educator and responsibilities related to teaching, scholarship, service, clinical excellence, and issues and trends impacting the profession. You will explore a variety of learning styles, needs and characteristics of diverse learners, and competency-based instruction, including new trends in creative instructional technology strategies and techniques. The ethical, legal, and leadership dimensions of the nurse educator are integrated throughout the curriculum. Courses are offered in a hybrid model: a combination of online and face-to-face meetings, held in the evening and on Saturday on the Beverly campus.

    The nurse educator internship course provides an opportunity to integrate knowledge and skills learned in the classroom setting into practice. Internship placements are arranged individually through the School of Nursing. Experiences are selected with the student to meet course and personal objectives in academia and in organizations.

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  • Curriculum

    Program of Study

    Learning Outcomes

    Upon completion of the program, students will:

    • Demonstrate a repertoire of skills and strategies for a nurse's role as an effective leader within an organization
    • Synthesize nursing knowledge and experience within a conceptual framework for advanced nursing practice
    • Function as a nurse leader in the conduct and application of research
    • Collaborate and communicate to establish and maintain a professional work environment
    • Engage in continuous life-long learning and scholarship
    • Integrate ethical, legal and professional standards of practice from the perspective of a nursing role specialty
    • Foster sensitivity to the individual's connectedness to the human and global community that will enhance the provision of care among diverse ethnic and cultural populations

    Required Curriculum: Nurse Administrator Certificate

    Four-Course Sequence of Classes

    NUR 510 - Organization and Structure of Nursing Leadership
    NUR 526 - Nurse as the Administrator
    NUR 532 - Administration: Practice and Quality Outcomes
    NUR 582 - Internship in Administrator Role

    Total - 15 credits

    Required Curriculum: Nurse Educator Certificate

    Four-Course Sequence of Classes

    NUR 505 - Curriculum Design, Course Development, and Program Evaluation
    NUR 509 - Internship in Educator Role
    NUR 561 - Nurse as the Educator
    NUR 565 - Teaching Methods: Principles of Teaching

    Total - 15 credits

    Required Curriculum: Family Nurse Practitioner Certificate

    NUR 552 - Pathophysiology of Human Disease
    NUR 551 - Comprehensive Assessment and Clinical Diagnostic Decision Making
    NUR 563 - Family Nurse Practitioner I: Seminar and Practicum for Care of Women, Children, & Adolescent
    NUR 564 - Family Nurse Practitioner II: Seminar and Practicum of Adult and Geriatrics
    NUR 553 - Diagnostic Decision Making
    NUR 562 - Advanced Pharmacotherapeutics for Family Nurse Practitioner

    Total - 15 credits


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  • Internships and Careers

    An education from the Van Loan School of Graduate and Professional Studies at Endicott College means you'll have access to premiere career resources—long after you graduate.

    Whether you're finishing your undergraduate study, adding new credentials, or working toward a new career path, you'll find resources through our Internship and Career Center to help you get where you want to go. From career advising to resume support, we're here to prepare you for your next step.

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Accreditations

The Nursing Program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. (ACEN), 3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 500, Atlanta, GA 30326. Phone (404) 975-5000 and Fax (404) 975-5020.

Contact Us

Barbara Moloney
Associate Director, Masters Nursing Program
978-232-2391