Edgewood College offers Graduate Nursing Certificates in Nursing Education and Nursing Administration. The certificate programs are designed for registered nurses who desire to expand their professional qualifications into these concentrations. All programs offer a cohesive selection of graduate courses designed to offer theoretical knowledge, critical thinking skills and successful application in a practicum setting for individuals who are previously prepared at the master’s or doctoral level. Graduates are prepared in areas to support success in becoming certified through the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
This program is designed for nursing professionals who want to be better prepared to teach clients, staff and students. It provides students with additional preparation in educational principles and theory to support them in their teaching roles. Courses focus on areas such as planning education programs or courses, teaching strategies and interpersonal competency in communication with others. The Graduate Nursing Certificate in Nursing Education requires completion of 5 three-credit courses totaling 15 credits.
The Nursing Administration certificate program is designed for individuals who are, or are planning on becoming middle to executive level nurse leaders. Courses focus on managing in health systems, health care finance, administration roles, business communication and organizational behavior. The Graduate Nursing Certificate in Nursing Administration requires completion of 5 three-credit courses totaling 15 credits.
Applicants must meet all of the following requirements for admission to the Graduate Nursing Certificate Program:
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