NUR-700 Curriculum Theory and Development in Nursing Education
Open only to RNs with a BSN degree or higher.
This course is designed to address the study of curriculum development, design, implementation and evaluation in nursing education. Historical and philosophical foundations of nursing education are examined. The practical application and synthesis of curriculum theory is emphasized. The role of the educator in the dynamic relationship between the practice setting, research and curriculum is examined.
Advisory: A course equivalent to NUR-630-NG Theoretical Foundations and Instructional Strategies in Nursing Education is required to be successful in NUR-700-NG Curriculum Theory and Development in Nursing Education. Students are responsible for having acquired this knowledge prior to registering for NUR-700-NG.
Study Methods:Nursing Graduate Online Courses (NUR-700-NG) Jan 2015
Semester Hours: 3
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