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)
With UND’s distance nursing programs, you can advance your education while you continue to live and work in your local community.
Online Post-Master's Certificate - Nurse Educator Track
- Designed for nurses with master's degrees who seek additional career options as nurse educators.
- Accredited by Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
- Follows the same quality curriculum as UND College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines' on-campus nursing programs.
- Available online with some “live” Web classes that are held at set times.
- Allows you to access online course materials, participate in online discussions, and submit assignments from anywhere, at any time.
- Gives you the opportunity to complete a teaching practicum near your local community (as available).
- Provides student support services, such as online tutoring, library services, tech support, and advising.
- Begins every Fall (August) Semester.
- Offers affordable in-state tuition for all online courses regardless of where you live!
UND College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines
- Learn from nursing faculty with doctoral degrees and extensive experience in teaching, research, and practice, including 4 faculty who have been elected by their peers into the prestigious 1,500 member American Academy of Nursing.
- Benefit from a diverse faculty at the UND College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines who represent major areas of nursing science, including:
- family nursing
- cultural competency
- wound care
- psychiatric and mental health
- child health
- migrant health
- women's health
- cancer care
- educational research
- American Indian health
- Experience strong one-on-one interaction with UND faculty who are committed to distance learning and are available to answer your questions by phone or e-mail.
- Gain expertise from the cutting-edge research conducted by faculty at the UND College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines, which was ranked 11th among the country's top 100 nursing programs for research funding by the National Institutes of Health.