For more information: http://www.unf.edu/brooks/nursing/dnp.aspxThe Doctor of Nursing Practice program at the University of North Florida is designed as a post-graduate degree program for those who already possess, at a minimum, a Master of Science in Nursing and specialty certification. This program is taught primarily online with two courses taught as a hybrid of online and in-person components (Evidenced-Based Practice I and II).
For more information: http://www.unf.edu/brooks/nutrition/graduate_programstudy.aspx
Degree Type: Masters
The Master of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of North Florida designed for those students who wish to emphasize the application of advanced nutrition knowledge in clinical or community based health programs.
For more information: http://www.unf.edu/brooks/nursing/RN-BSN_bridge(2).aspx
The RN to BSN Bridge program at the University of North Florida is for those who are already Registered Nurses (RNs) licensed in the state of Florida and who desire to further their nursing education and expand their career opportunities by completing a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). Today’s healthcare arena is increasingly complex with its high-tech focus in the hospital, its shift toward population-based health care management in the community, and the increasing influence of political and economic forces on all phases of healthcare. The broad knowledge base found in a BSN provides the opportunity for RNs to gain the competencies necessary to excel in the current and future healthcare job market.
Master of Science in American Sign Language/English Interpreting
For more information: http://www.unf.edu/coehs/edie/asl/MEd-ASL.aspx
The University of North Florida's ASL/English Interpreting programs are committed to upholding the National Interpreter Education Standards as formulated by the Conference of Interpreter Trainers. The Master's degree concentration is offered in a distance-friendly modality with online, one-weekend-per-semester/online, and 5-day summer session/online formats to accommodate students who do not live in northeast Florida.
Master of Educational Leadership: Instructional Technology Track
For more information http://www.unf.edu/coehs/lscsm/leadership/Technology_Program.aspx
The Educational Technology program centers upon preparing professionals to enhance and support the academic and career development of students and adult learners in a variety of settings with the effective application of technology. The program offers opportunities to explore the nature of teaching and learning with technology, with digital media, telecommunications, and leadership in instructional technology.
Graduate Certificate in Early Childhood Education
For more information http://www.unf.edu/coehs/celt/Certificate-Early_Childhood.aspx
The certificate in Early Childhood Education (ECE) emphasizes the professional preparation of students at the graduate levels for a range of careers in early childhood education (children ages 0-8) within diverse community contexts. The completion of six Early Childhood Education graduate courses provides preparation for working with young children and their families and communities. This program prepares candidates for a highly specialized role and offers a dynamic combination of state-of-the-art theoretical courses and practical application of learning in field education.
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