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Education concentrate students must take the following courses and complete a minimum of 37 semester hours to graduate. Students in this program will be prepared for faculty or clinical education within an academic institution or healthcare setting. Please note students are encouraged to complete the advanced sciences courses offered through our Clinical Nurse Specialist concentration: Advanced Assessment, Pathophysiology, and Pharmacology. This curriculum will make them more suitable for a clinical educator position.
Statistics: NURS 500 Nursing StatisticsOrganizational Behavior: MBA 613 Organizational BehaviorEthics: IDS 693 Health Promotion, Policy, Ethics*
NURS 510 Nursing Science & TheoryNURS 520 Advanced Nursing ResearchNURS 530 Nursing Informatics
NURS 637 Course Curriculum & DesignNURS 638 Teaching-Learning StrategiesNURS 639 Technology in Education
NURS 755 Role Development in Advance Practice NursingNURS 765 Program Development in Changing Healthcare SystemNURS 770 ThesisNURS 772-773 Exam
*Course options with advisor approval
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