Nursing, Simulation, and Technology Certificate of Recognition

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    Take Your Career a Step Further with Teaching

    This 18-credit Simulation and Technology Certificate of Recognition prepares nurses and faculty for roles in clinical practice and education, including those teaching in licensed practical nurse (LPN), pre-licensure registered nurse (RN), graduate nursing, and staff development settings.

    Upon Completion of the COR Program, Students Will be Able to:

    • Utilize pedagogical principles to design, implement, and evaluate simulation as a teaching/learning strategy.
    • Develop realistic simulation scenarios for clinical instruction.
    • Employ appropriate strategies to evaluate student learning by using simulation and technology.
    • Effectively use current technologies in a academic or clinical practice setting.
    • Incorporate technology as a nurse leader in a clinical or academic setting. 

    In Order to be Admitted into the Program, You Must Have:

    • Graduated from a baccalaureate program
    • A current RN license
    • At least a 2.6 GPA

    18 credits of Required Courses:

    NURS/HSAD 555 – Health Care Informatics

    NURS 619 – Leadership Strategies for Nursing

    NURS 722/723/725* (students select one course)

    • NURS 722 – Measurement and Evaluation in Nursing Education
    • NURS 723 – Program and Development in Nursing Education
    • NURS 725 – Teaching Strategies for Nursing Curricula

    NURS 711 – Simulation in Nursing Education

    NURS 864 – Technology in Nursing Education 

    Elective: Must have advisor approval