1+ Year to Complete
Requires Some Live Web Classes
In-State Tuition Regardless of Residency
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Post-Master's Certificate - Nurse Educator Track
Begins every Fall (August)
How Online Degrees Work
With UND College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines' online nursing programs, you can advance your education without placing your career on hold. You are not required to come to campus at any time.
The full-time or part-time online Nurse Educator Track is designed for working professionals who are unable to attend traditional, on-campus classes.
"Live" Web Classes
Depending on your instructor's preferences, some online courses require class discussions or chat sessions that are conducted “live” over the Internet. In these “live” Web classes, you will:
- participate in synchronous class sessions that are held at set times.
- interact with your instructors and other students using Web-conferencing technology.
- see your instructors’ materials as though you were sitting in a classroom on the UND campus.
In this manner, the class lectures, discussion, and collaboration are conducted in a very similar fashion to traditional on-campus classes.
Virtual Classroom: Learn Anytime, Anywhere
As an online student, you also will participate in many asynchronous class activities at the time and place of your choice. In your virtual classroom, you will use Web-based tools to:
- access course materials
- participate in class discussions through online message boards
- submit assignments
- receive your grades
Local Teaching Practicum
For the Teaching Practicum Course, you may work with a nursing school or health setting near your local community in order to fulfill the teaching practicum requirement.
IMPORTANT! UND may not be able to accommodate clinical experiences in some states due to specific state board of nursing regulations. Please contact the UND College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines for guidance on this issue.