Nursing Education Curriculum Development – Explore theories and procedures of educational program and course development applied
to nursing education. Includes philosophical values, educational concepts and theories
of learning used to link nursing education to standards of nursing practice. Guides
students to develop curriculum plans and propose related teaching and evaluation strategies.
Evaluation in Nursing Education – Assess theories and strategies of measurement and evaluation as they apply to nursing education. Combines theories of measurement and evaluation with outcomes-based approaches to promote safe effective professional nursing practice. Experiential exercises in the development, use and critique of measurement and evaluation methods to classroom and clinical learning situations.
Nurse Educator Role Strategies and Practicum – Explore the nurse educator role in structuring teaching strategies that assure effective undergraduate student outcomes in regard to individual and group learning, safe clinical practice and a commitment to lifelong learning. Nurse educator practicum placements are arranged within pre-licensure nursing education programs.
What if I have not taken a statistics course?
You are eligible to apply, but admitted students must have a completed statistics course prior to matriculating into the program. Regis University offers several statistics courses, and offers one specific to healthcare professionals (MT 274 Statistics for Health Professionals). We allow students to enroll in these courses as a non-degree seeking student. Additionally the course can be taken at any regionally accredited college or University including community colleges. For those in the Colorado area looking at the community college offerings, MAT 135 Introduction to Statistics will fulfill this requirement.
In addition to having a BSN, applicants to nurse practitioner MSN program typically must be a registered nurse (RN) and meet a GPA requirement. Most programs require applicants to have at least one year of clinical experience. Coursework in nurse practitioner master's degree programs combines rigorous academic work with hands-on, clinical learning. Pharmacology classes are often required because nurse practitioners can prescribe medication. Classes often vary according to specialty. Here are a few classes that might appear in the curriculum: