Skip to Main Content

The Nurse Educator curriculum provides a unique combination of courses to prepare the graduate in the pedagogical competencies essential to teach nursing in an increasingly complex healthcare environment. 

The technologically enhanced plan of study builds on advanced professional nursing competencies and emphasizes the use of a variety of assessment, instructional, curricular development and evaluative strategies that facilitate learning in culturally diverse populations.

Courses & Syllabi

Visit the FIU Catalog for course descriptions and program requirements.

  • Navigate to the current academic year.
  • Enter the Course Code in the “Search Bar” OR select “Graduate”
  • Select “Nicole Wertheim College of Nursing & Health Sciences”

Enrolled students can download the program syllabi from FIU Sharepoint - DNP/MSN Programs.

Total Credits Required: 16*  
Total Clinical Hours:  210

Post Graduate Nurse Educator CertificatePlan of Study
  • Semester 1: Summer (May – Aug.)
    • NGR 6713: Curriculum Development in Nursing (3 credits)
    • NGR 6718: Testing and Evaluation in Nursing Education (3 credits)
    Semester Credits: 6
  • Semester 2: Fall (Aug. – Dec.)
    • NGR 6715: Instructional Tech. in Nursing and Health (3 credits)
    • NGR 6714C: Clinical Teaching Strategies for Nursing (105 hrs of clinical—3 credits)
    Semester Credits: 6
  • Semester 3: Spring (Dec. - May)
    • NGR 6708C: Classroom Teaching Strategies (3 credits)
    • NGR 6710L: Clinical Specialty Practicum for the Nurse Educator (1 credit)

ALL STUDENTS MUST FOLLOW THIS PLAN

*Plan of study may change at the discretion of the FIU Graduate Nursing Program.