Advanced Community/Public Health Nursing Certificate
The Department of Nursing demonstrates its commitment to preparing nurses for advanced nursing roles by offering a post-graduate certificate for nurses with graduate nursing degrees in other specializations who wish to prepare for an advanced role in community/public health. The Advanced Community/Public Health Nursing certificate prepares the holder for practice in community/public health settings. The certificate program consists of a total of 17 units.
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 the Advanced Community/Public Health Nursing certificate program. (MSN Compliance)
Extension and transfer credit from other colleges and/or universities may make up no more than 30% of total certificate units.
|Course Number||Course Title||Units|
|NURS 6000||Population Health Assessment||4|
|NURS 6100||Program Planning and Evaluation||4|
|NURS 6200||Health Policy Leadership||2|
|NURS 6548||Transcultural Healthcare||3|
|NURS 6752||Advanced Community/Public Health Internship||2|
|NURS 6880||Advanced Role Practicum||2|
Advanced Community Public Health Post-Graduate Certificate Roadmap
Post-Graduate Certificate Program Roadmaps
For more information on the admissions requirements and application process for the Advanced Community/Public Health Nursing certificate, please visit the Post-Graduate Certificates Admissions page.