Learn what it takes to become a Certified Emergency Department nurse!
The Specialized Certificate in Emergency Department Nursing gives participants the essential knowledge base required for assessment and initial management of the emergency patient.
By gaining certification, participants not only validate competency, but also demonstrate a greater commitment to specialty and quality health care. Courses in the program are ideal for continuing education or relicensure credit independently of the certificate.
This program is now offered online every quarter. The certificate is also available to be tailored for groups from international healthcare organizations.
|Course Title||Course Number||Units||FA||WI||SP||SU|
|Emergency Department Nursing, Part I||O||O||O||O|
|Emergency Department Nursing, Part II||O||O||O||O|
|Emergency Department Nursing Basic Preceptorship||X||X||X||X|
|L=La Jolla M=Mission Valley O=Online U=University City X=Location TBA|
Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to register in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See Certificate FAQs for more information.
|Certificate Section ID:||096013||Add to Cart|
|Contact:||Healthcare, Behavioral Sciences, (858) 534-9262|
Current CA or RN license, current CPR card, negative TB test, insurance coverage and general computer experience (Word/Windows and/or email)
Preceptorship for Online Emergency Nursing Students
To obtain a certificate in emergency nursing the student will need to complete 60 clinical hours in an emergency department (or ER compatible site.) The goal of this course is that the student apply the academic knowledge learned in the two theory components of the Emergency Nursing Program in a clinical setting.
Each online student will liaise directly with the instructor regarding the clinical placement that will occur at the student's location. The clinical component is not done at UCSD or arranged by UCSD. It is up to the online student to arrange his or her own clinical experience with the instructor in a facilitating role.