Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the Nurse Educator Program, students will:

  1. Integrate educational philosophies and theories into evidence-based teaching practices. (NLN-CC I)
  2. Apply evidence-based teaching and assessment strategies in the classroom, laboratory, simulation, clinical, and online learning environments. (NLN-CC I, II, III, VII)
  3. Utilize information technologies that support the teaching-learning process in various learning environments. (NLN-CC I)
  4. Create innovative learning experiences with consideration for learners’ diversity and individual needs. (NLN-CC II, V)
  5. Employ assessment strategies appropriate to assess student learning outcomes. (NLN-CC III, VII)
  6. Participate in curriculum design, development, and evaluation processes. (NLN-CC IV)
  7. Use knowledge of ethics and legal issues relevant to higher education and nurse anesthesia education as a basis for developing and implementing teaching practices, policies, and procedures related to students, faculty, and educational environments. (NLN-CC VI)
  8. Exhibit the knowledge, skills, and attributes necessary for the Nurse Educator role within a variety of educational environments. (NLN-CC I - VIII)

The National League for Nursing (NLN) Core Competencies are designated here, since after completing the Nurse Educator Track, students will be eligible to sit for the Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) Examination, developed by the NLN Academic Nurse Education Certification Program (ANECP).