Nurse Educator Track
Nurse Educator Track (NE)
The Byers School of Nursing, Nurse Educator Track is designed for nurse who wish to gain knowledge, skills, and expertise related to teaching in nursing.
Nurse Educator Program Outcomes:
- Utilize nursing and education research to create teaching strategies designed to support nursing education in a dynamic learning environment.
- Exhibit leadership skills as a significant figure in the interdisciplinary health care team for the improve men of nursing education.
- Analyze legal, ethical, and regulatory issues impacting health care delivery systems and education systems for the improvement of nursing education.
- Engage in scholarship activities within the nurse educator role.
Nurse Educator Track Guidelines
Participants enrolled in the Nurse Educator program must comply with the Byers School of Nursing Graduate admissions requirements.
The Nurse Educator program is offered using a distance learning methodology*.
New students are given instructions on how to register with their acceptance letter. Before or during the first half of the first semester, students are encouraged to meet with their faculty advisors to map out a curriculum plan. For the remainder of the program students are responsible for registering for their own classes. The process is as follows:
- Graduate students may register on-line via the Walsh University Cavalier Center (www.walsh.edu (http://www.walsh.edu).) To register on-line, the student must obtain an alternate PIN from their assigned academic advisor and resolve any holds that may prevent registration.
- Obtain a form from the website (www.walsh.edu (https://www.walsh.edu).) Click on “Academic” and scroll down to the “Office of the Registrar” link. Scroll down to the link “forms” and then on “Graduate Registration Form”. Download as copy and fax (330) 490-7372, mail, or present the completed form to the Registrar’s Office (located in Farrell Hall).
* Online refers to the definition from the Higher Learning Commission: Distance-delivered courses are those in which all or the vast majority (typically 75% or more) of the instruction and interaction occurs via electronic communication, correspondence, or equivalent mechanisms, with the faculty and students physically separated from each other.
Nurse Educator Track
|Foundation Courses (12 Credit Hours)|
|NURS 701||Nurs Sci Adv Pract:Theor/Found||3|
|NURS 702||Advanced Nursing Research||3|
|NURS 706||Hlth Care Policy, Organ/Financ||3|
|NURS 710||Nurs Ldrsp Role&Eth Compl Sys||3|
|Practice Application Courses (19 Credit Hours)|
|NURS 610||Advanced Pathophysiology||3|
|NURS 612||Advanced Pharmacology||3|
|NURS 614||Adv Health Assessment||3|
|NURS 633||Sem & Prac in Adv Specialty||4|
|NURS 705||App of Epidemiol to Hlth Serv||3|
|NURS 718||Hltcr Tech & Data Mgmt||3|
|Expert Knowledge (11 Credit Hours)|
|NURS 630||Assess,Meas&Eval in Nurs Educ||2|
|NURS 631||Curr Design in Nurs Education||3|
|NURS 632||Teach Strateg in Nursing Educ||2|
|NURS 635||Practicum in Nurs Education (200 clinical hours)||4|
|Total Clinical Hours: 350|
*Online refers to the definition from the Higher Learning Commission: Distance-delivered courses are those in which all or the vast majority (typically 75% or more) of the instruction and interaction occurs via electronic communication, correspondence, or equivalent mechanisms, with the faculty and students physically separated from each other.