The nurse educator obstetrics–pediatrics concentration prepares nurses for an educator role in either the academic or clinical setting, with a focus on the care of the child from birth through adolescence.

NGRD 651Theoretical Foundations for Evidence-Based Practice4
NGRD 653Health Systems Policy Development and Advocacy4
NGRD 657Intermediate Statistics4
NGRD 658Nursing Research and Translational Science4
RELE 524Bioethics and Society 13
AHCJ 506Educational Evaluation and Clinical Assessment 23
or NGNE 502 Assessment of Learning Outcomes
NGCN 561Pediatrics: Clinical Nurse Specialist I4
NGCN 562Pediatrics: Clinical Nurse Specialist II4
NGNE 500Teaching and Learning Theory3
NGNE 501Curriculum Development in Higher Education3
NGNE 503Educational Leadership 42
NGRD 621Pharmacology in Advanced Practice I2
NGRD 622Pharmacology in Advanced Practice II3
NGRD 624Advanced Health Assessment4
NGRD 625Advanced Clinical Pathophysiology4
NGNE 504Teaching Practicum3
NGNE 505Clinical Practicum: Nurse Educator3
NGRD 610Master's Comprehensive Project2
Thesis (optional)
Master's Thesis (1-5 units) 3
Total Units59

Acceptable alternate religion courses:  RELE 534 Ethical Issues in Public Health, RELE 548 Christian Social Ethics, RELE 568 Bioethics and the Law


Substituted with NGNE 502 Assessment of Learning Outcomes for off-campus programs


Units are in addition to minimum required for the degree.


Fulfills service learning requirement

Normal time to complete the program

Three (3) years (11 academic quarters)—based on less than full-time enrollment.