Nursing Education

This program introduces graduate nursing students to the educator role through theory-based instruction and practicum experiences.

WHAT YOU LEARN

Students examine the following key elements of education:  teaching-learning theory, learner characteristics, course and curriculum development/implementation, outcomes evaluation, and development of the educator role. Students have the opportunity to see and implement the role through practicum experiences with nurse educators in a variety of settings.

The program is limited to 12 hours of course work; therefore, co-acceptance in one of the advanced nursing practice specialties is required.

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Contact

Kelly J. Betts, Ed.D, RN
Assistant Professor; NE Specialty Coordinator
Phone: (501)-526-6137
Email: kbetts2@uams.edu