Graduate Minor in Nursing Education
About the Graduate Minor
The graduate minor in Nursing Education prepares students to work as nursing educators, nursing faculty or nursing professors in all types of programs, at all levels, in a variety of settings. This program has a special focus on preparing students with the required competencies to be successful on the nurse educator certification exam.
Currently, there is a severe and critical nursing faculty shortage in the United States. This program will prepare graduates to fill these faculty positions and educator positions in healthcare organizations through cutting-edge content and learning experiences that build the skills and competencies essential for today's nurse educators.
The program integrates theories specific to adult learning, curriculum design, evaluation of courses and program evaluation of courses and programs, critical thinking, both clinical and classroom techniques and the preparation for the role of the nursing professor. The program also includes opportunities to explore contemporary and leading-edge educational modalities. Knowledge and skills gained through this program are applicable in a variety of settings. This unique program even instructs students on how to teach online and use technology to teach nursing in innovative ways.
- Current enrollment in a master's program at Drexel University.
- GPA of 3.0 and above
- Standardized Tests: None
- Transcripts: Not required
- Prerequisites: N/A
- References: Not required
- Personal Statement/ Essay: Personal statement describing interest in minor and relevance to career goals
- Interview/Portfolio: Not required
- CV/Resume: Required
Tuition and Fee Rates
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|Foundations of Healthcare Education
|Curriculum Design for Higher Level Cognition
|The Role and Responsibility of the Nurse Educator
|or NURS 616
|Teaching Methods in Nursing Education
|Assessment, Measurement and Evaluation
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