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Advanced Community/Public Health Nursing

Nursing

Program Description:

The Department of Nursing offers a post-graduate certificate program in Advanced Community/Public Health for Registered Nurses who hold an earned master’s or doctoral degree in nursing and are interested in expanding their expertise in an added specialty. The certificate program builds on completed nursing graduate coursework and provides an option for professional development.

The Nurse Educator certificate prepares the holder prepares the graduate to deliver expert nursing care to community-based populations in positions in public health departments, home health agencies, and other community-based organizations. The certificate program consists of a total of 14 units. The courses in the certificate program focus on population health assessment, program planning, and evaluation, health policy, transcultural healthcare, and practicum experience.

Applicants must have completed the following prerequisite courses or their equivalent to be eligible for admission to the certificate program:

  • NURS 6425 Epidemiology and Biostatistics
  • NURS 6435 Health Informatics

Extension and transfer credit from other colleges and/or universities may make up no more than 30% of total certificate units.


Program Coordinator: Dr. Cheryl Brandt
Phone: 909-537-7238
Email: cheryl.brandt@csusb.edu
Location: HP 221
Nursing's Department Page | Nursing's Bulletin Page

Application Requirements:

  • $70 Application fee
  • Unofficial transcripts from each college or university attended since high school graduation
  • Proof of a current California Registered Nurse (RN) license, unencumbered, unrestricted, with no disciplinary action pending or imposed

Application Deadlines:

Application Deadlines
Fall 2021 Spring 2022 Fall 2022
6/1/2021 Not Offered 6/1/2022

Application Details:

  • An earned master’s or doctoral degree (i.e., DNP, PhD) in Nursing
  • 3.0 (“B”) minimum GPA, calculated according to the recommended practice of the CSUSB Graduate Council;
  • Current California registered nurse (RN) license, unencumbered, unrestricted, with no disciplinary action pending or imposed;

Applicants may consult the information on the Department of Nursing webpage for details about the significant clinical compliance requirements that must be met upon admission to, and while enrolled in, the Nurse Educator Post-Graduate Certificate program.

Nurse Educator

Nursing

Program Description:


The Department of Nursing offers a post-graduate Nurse Educator certificate program for Registered Nurses who hold an earned master’s or doctoral degree in nursing and are interested in expanding their expertise in an added specialty. The certificate program builds on completed nursing graduate coursework and provides an option for professional development.

The Nurse Educator certificate prepares the holder for nurse educator positions in both academic and clinical settings. The certificate program consists of a total of 20 units. The courses in the certificate focus on advanced health assessment, advanced pathophysiology, advanced pharmacology, curriculum and instruction, assessment and evaluation, technology for instruction and evaluation, and a teaching practicum experience.

Extension and transfer credit from other colleges and/or universities may make up no more than 30% of total certificate units.


Program Coordinator: Dr. Cheryl Brandt
Phone: 909-537-7238
Email: cheryl.brandt@csusb.edu
Location: HP 221
Nursing's Department Page | Nursing's Bulletin Page
 


Application Requirements:

  • $70 Application fee
  • Unofficial transcripts from each college or university attended since high school graduation
  • Proof of a current California Registered Nurse (RN) license, unencumbered, unrestricted, with no disciplinary action pending or imposed


Application Deadlines:

Application Deadlines
Fall 2021 Spring 2022 Fall 2022
6/1/2021 Not Offered 6/1/2022


Application Details:

  • An earned master’s or doctoral degree (i.e., DNP, PhD) in Nursing
  • 3.0 (“B”) minimum GPA, calculated according to the recommended practice of the CSUSB Graduate Council;
  • Current California registered nurse (RN) license, unencumbered, unrestricted, with no disciplinary action pending or imposed;

Applicants may consult the information on the Department of Nursing webpage for details about the significant clinical compliance requirements that must be met upon admission to, and while enrolled in, the Nurse Educator Post-Graduate Certificate program.