Post-Master's Certificate in Nursing Education - FAQ

The Post-Master's Certificate in Nursing Education will meet the needs of registered nurses who wish to pursue further learning and advance quality nursing education. Students have access to high quality, innovative study in nursing education through a flexible curriculum delivered at a distance. Upon successful completion of the program, nurses will find new career opportunities in a variety of academic and service settings. This will help to address the shortage of nurses in teaching roles and positively impact the issue of the overall nursing shortage. This will also aid the student in preparation for the NLN Certified Nurse Educator Exam.

Admission to the Post-Master's Certificate in Nursing Education Program is open to registered nurses who have earned a bachelor's degree in nursing and a master's degree in nursing or a related field, or a bachelor's degree with a non-nursing major and a master's degree in nursing.

The approximate cost of nursing school and information about the most current fee schedule is available on our Web site. You may also contact us to request the fee schedule by calling toll free 888-647-2388 ext. 1314 at the prompt. You should budget for textbooks, Internet service, and miscellaneous charges as well.

You can start any time. The Post-Master's Certificate in Nursing Education Program accepts applications for admission on a rolling or continuous basis.

No. There is no financial aid for this certificate program.

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