Approved Courses for Nurses with an Associate Degree in Nursing
For nurses with an Associate Degree in Nursing, a 3-credit course in community or public health nursing from any baccalaureate accredited nursing program will meet the requirement.
There are many courses offered at area universities as well as on line options.
Two programs that are currently offered through baccalaureate nursing programs are:
- School Nurse Course—UW System: N470 School Nursing in the Context of Community Health Practice: The School of Nursing has developed a 3-credit online option for N470 School Nursing in the Context of Community Health Practice. The 3-credit option is for associate degree prepared RNs who seek a community health course in order to practice as a school nurse. The course is offered fall and spring semesters each year. Course description.
- Grand Canyon University NRS-427V: Concepts in Community and Public Health 3 credits (5 Weeks)
There are currently no courses from non-baccalaureate programs that have been submitted to DPI for review and approval.
For questions about this information, contact Louise Wilson (608) 266-8857