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Nursing Education Certificate, Post-Master’s - RODP


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The Nursing Education Certificate program provides a formal program of study for master’s prepared nurses interested in obtaining a credential allowing them to teach in Schools of Nursing. The program provides them with the content necessary to teach nursing students in a specific area of nursing. Once students complete the certificate, they are eligible to sit for the national certification exam in this area. This certificate is the optimal way for those already holding a masters degree and desiring this specialization to gain marketability without having to complete an entire second master’s degree.

General Program Information


Graduate School Contact:

Linda Raines; raineslt@etsu.edu; 423-439-6158

Dr. Kathleen Rayman, Ph.D., Director of Graduate Program, Clinical Nurse Leader Graduate Coordinator

207 Roy S. Nicks Hall
Box 70658
(423) 439-4589
e-mail: raymank@etsu.edu

Dr. Nancy Cameron, DNP, Master of Science in Nursing, Regents Online Degree Program Graduate Coordinator

2-210 Roy S. Nicks Hall
Box 70659
(423) 439-4874
e-mail: cameronng@etsu.edu 

Admission Requirements


Admission to the program will be based on competitive selection from the pool of applicants who meet the College of Graduate Studies admission requirements from the designated home school.

Additional admission requirements for the Nursing Education Certificate Program include:

  1. A masters degree in nursing from an accredited program (NLNAC or CCNE)

  2. Satisfactory completion of the following courses at the master’s level:

               Advanced Pathophysiology                             3 semester hours       
               Advanced Pharmacology                                 3 semester hours       
               Advanced Health Assessment                        3 semester hours        
               Advanced Health Assessment-Clinical           1 semester hour

  1. Eligibility to practice as a Registered Nurse in Tennessee or the state in which clinical assignments are completed.

  2. Overall GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale

  3. TOEFL score of 600 if native language is not English

  4. A written document prepared by the applicant that includes a resume, a discussion of prior professional experience, future career goals, and reasons for pursuing the certificate program.

  5. Letters of recommendation from at least three persons (a minimum of one academic) familiar with the applicant’s academic and professional background and experience in nursing practice.

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