SCHOOL OF NURSING

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN NURSING PROGRAM

 

DEGREE PLAN

NURSE EDUCATOR ROLE

 

Graduate Plan of Study for new students as of Summer 2008

 

Four Semester Plan (36 Hours)

Course Number

Course Name

Hours

Course Number

Course Name

Hours

Semester I

Semester II

N6000

Caring and the Advanced Practice of Nursing

1-0-1

N6400

Scholarly Inquiry in Nursing

3-0-3

N6100

Theoretical Foundations of Nursing Practice

3-0-3

N6487

Specialty Nursing Practicum

0-8-2

N6300

Health Care Delivery Systems

3-0-3

N6501

Role of the Nurse as Educator

2-0-2

N6401

Health Promotion and Advanced Health Assessment

2-3-3

 

 

 

Semester III

Semester IV

N6502

Assessment and Instruction in Nursing

2-0-2

N6503

Outcomes Evaluation in Nursing Education

2-0-2

N6587

Nurse Educator Role

Practicum I

0-8-2

N6787

Nurse Educator Role Practicum II

0-8-2

N6403

Advanced Applied Pharmacology

3-0-3

N6404

Advanced Pathophysiology

3-0-3

N6987

Project

Variable

3

N6500

Data Analysis in Nursing

2-0-2

 

Six Semester Plan (36 Hours)

Course Number

Course Name

Hours

Course Number

Course Name

Hours

Semester I

Semester II

N6000

Caring and the Advanced Practice of Nursing

1-0-1

N6400

Scholarly Inquiry in Nursing

3-0-3

N6100

Theoretical Foundations of Nursing Practice

3-0-3

N6487

Specialty Nursing Practicum

0-8-2

N6401

Health Promotion and Advanced Health Assessment

2-3-3

 

 

 

Semester III

Semester IV

N6300

Health Care Delivery Systems

3-0-3

N6501

Role of the Nurse as Educator

2-0-2

N6403

Advanced Applied Pharmacology

3-0-3

N6404

Advanced Pathophysiology

3-0-3

Semester V

Semester VI

N6502

Assessment and Instruction in Nursing

2-0-2

N6503

Outcomes Evaluation in Nursing Education

2-0-2

N6587

Nurse Educator Role

Practicum I

0-8-2

N6787

Nurse Educator Role Practicum II

0-8-2

N6987

Project

Variable

1-3

N6500

Data Analysis in Nursing

2-0-2

                                                   *N6999 Thesis Optional (3-6 credits)

                                                     A description of each of the above courses can be found in the UWG Graduate Catalog.

 

 REV. 12/12/07