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Health Professions Educator Certificate

This interprofessional certificate helps students develop health care education expertise within academic and clinical settings.

Health Professions Educator Certificate

Through this 12-credit-hour interprofessional certificate program, students are provided broad opportunities and develop the skills and education expertise needed for various roles within academic and clinical settings. Students complete applied teaching projects in each educator course, including a final student teaching capstone.

Students may complete the Health Professions Educator Certificate as a post-baccalaureate student with a health-related degree, as a post-graduate certificate or concurrently with a graduate program in nursing or other health-related disciplines. All required courses are online.

Students are admitted according to the following application deadlines: June 1 for fall semester; April 1 for the summer semester; Nov. 1 for the spring semester.

NRSG 870 Designing a Student Learning Environment (3) Fall semester

NRSG 871 Curriculum/Program Planning and Evaluation (3) Spring semester

NRSG 873 Teaching with Technologies (3) Summer semester

NRSG 874 Health Professions Educator Preceptorship (3) Fall semester

Nursing Licensure

This program leads to an academic credential and is not a licensure preparation program. As of July 1, 2020, the U.S. Department of Education implemented Regulation 34 CFR 668.43 (a) (5) (v) that requires professional nursing programs to provide information on how their curriculum meets education requirements for professional licensing in each state. You may review KU School of Nursing's information on licensure by state.

KU School of Nursing

KU School of Nursing
3901 Rainbow Boulevard
Mail Stop 2029
Kansas City, KS 66160
913-588-1619 | TTY 711