311 Everett L. Marshall Building
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
The course work needed to earn a certificate in Teaching in Health Care Systems prepares a nurse or other health care professional for several types of positions. Examples of positions held by professionals who have completed the certificate program are instructor in community and four year colleges, staff development instructor, coordinator of patient education, and continuing education coordinator.
The Graduate Certificate in Teaching in Health Care Systems is a twelve credit hour program of study that develops skills in curriculum development, teaching strategies, and curriculum evaluation. This certificate is designed for people who teach patients, staff, or nursing students. The courses in this certificate program also apply to the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program.
Courses are held in the evening on the Ypsilanti campus and EMU regional centers; sites differ each semester. Please contact the Graduate Program Coordinator at the School of Nursing (734-487-2310) or the regional center for current information and how to complete the application process.