Nursing Administration Certificate Track (PROGRAM ON MORATORIUM)
Students who are not seeking the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree at this time, but who still seek professional preparation for a nursing management career are candidates for the Nursing Administration Certificate track. The purpose of the certificate track is to enhance the knowledge and skills of the first line nursing supervisory staff. These courses can also be applied toward a Nursing Administration graduate (MSN) degree. Eligible candidate for admission to the track must have a baccalaureate degree in nursing.
[ Nursing Administration Certificate Track ]
Family-Focused Health Care Across Cultures (PROGRAM ON MORATORIUM)
The objective of the Family-Focused Health Care Across Cultures certificate is to educate health care practitioners in the use of an international perspective through attitude, thinking processes and practice skills in their approach to health care either locally with ethnic group or abroad. This track responds to the demand for cultural expertise in the local community and worldwide and includes possibility for a semester of study abroad. With the exception of the practicum, all courses are entirely web-based. Students must have previously earned a Bachelor’s degree in a health or health-related profession. They must be admitted to the certificate program by the Director for the Graduate Program who will select a faculty advisor.
[ Family-Focused Health Care Across Cultures Certificate Track ]
For all certificate tracks, transcripts of previous work are to be reviewed by an academic advisor and a program of study is developed.
- Support Staff, MSN Program
HLS 2 Room 485 University Park Campus
[ Minority Health International Research Training (MHIRT) ]