GRADUATE FACULTY COUNCIL DOC. NO. 843 APPROVED MARCH 12, 2001

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1 GRADUATE FACULTY COUNCIL DOC. NO. 843 APPROVED MARCH 12, 2001 RECOMMENDATION OF THE GRADUATE CURRICULUM COMMITTEE AND THE FACULTIES OF THE SCHOOLS OF ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONS, EDUCATION AND NURSING TO ESTABLISH A HEALTH PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION GRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAM 1. PROGRAM IDENTIFICATION 1.1 Title of Proposed Graduate Certificate: Health Professional Education Certificate 1.2 Department(s) or Functional Equivalent(s) Sponsoring the Certificate: The Schools of Nursing, Allied Health Professions, and Education would be collaboratively offering this certificate program. 1.4 Timetable for Initiation: This certificate program will be ready for initiation in the Fall of II. RATIONALE This program would address the increasing need for health professionals with strong education skills. It would provide the option for current graduate students in any of the health professional programs to participate in focused preparation for the educator role. Such innovative coursework is necessitated by the looming shortage of faculty in health professional programs, as well as the increasing need for health professionals with strong education skills in service settings for staff and patient teaching roles. III. INSTITUTIONAL CONTEXT 3.1 Relationship to Mission of Institution: The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is committed to providing a variety of health professional programs in order to provide highly qualified professionals to meet the health care workforce needs of the urban community. At the graduate level in particular this extends to meeting state and regional needs for health care professionals with advanced preparation. This certificate program would be an extension of the existing wellrespected health profession programs on campus. This program is a good fit for UWM in that it utilizes the assets and collegial support of the Schools of Nursing, Allied Health, and Education to meet the mutual needs of those professions. 3.2 Relationship to/impact on Other UWM Programs: This program was developed collaboratively between the Schools of Allied Health, Nursing and Education to capitalize on existing courses and resources. The School of Education is confident that it will be able to easily accommodate the increased enrollment in any of the courses taken by students completing the certificate program. It is anticipated that many of the courses would be enriched by the interdisciplinary perspective that would be brought by having students from several disciplines enrolled. IV. Need The demand for this program is anticipated to be strong because of the increasing requests for health professionals with strong preparation in the educator role. Individuals completing this certificate would augment their health professional education to strengthen the skills required to develop and implement staff and patient education programs, serve as preceptors to health

2 Graduate Faculty Council Doc. No. 843 p. 2 Approved March 12, 2001 professional students, and teach in health professional education programs. There are three target student populations for this certificate program. 1) Post-baccalaureate health professionals who meet the general admission requirements of the Graduate School and are interested in only completing the certificate program. 2) Current students enrolled in one of the nursing or allied health graduate programs that wish to complete this certificate in addition to degree requirements. 3) Health professionals who already hold a graduate degree and are interested in augmenting their education skills through completion of the certificate program. It is expected that in the first year 10 students would enroll in the certificate program with enrollment increasing in subsequent years so that students would be enrolled yearly. V. Program Description and Evaluation 5.1 Description: The health professional education certificate is designed to provide health professionals with additional preparation in educational principles and theory to support them in their roles as educators of students, staff and patients. This graduate level combination program will be open to post-baccalaureate students not enrolled in a graduate program, students simultaneously enrolled in a graduate degree program, and to students who have completed a master s or doctoral degree and not simultaneously enrolled in a graduate degree program. The certificate program is directly related to existing graduate degree programs. The courses upon which the certificate is built, with the exception of three courses to be developed, come from currently offered courses in the Schools of Allied Health, Education, and Nursing. Depending on a health professional student s program of study, one or more of these courses may be taken as electives to fulfill degree requirements. Except in fulfilling elective requirements, the completion of the certificate program would be in addition to requirements for a graduate degree from nursing or allied health. 5.2 Curriculum: The certificate would require the completion of 15 credit hours (5 courses). All students would be required to complete 2 core courses (6 credit hours), 1 course in the area of curriculum/program planning and evaluation (3 credit hours), 1 course in teaching/instructional strategies (3 credit hours), and 1 elective course (3 credit hours). The Practicum and Seminar in Health Professional Education would be taken as the last course in the certificate program. Listed below are the current and proposed courses that could be used to meet the certificate requirements. Core Courses-6 cr. (Both of the following courses would be required) ( ) Principles & Foundations of Adult Education 3 cr. ( ) Practicum & Seminar in Health Professional Education 3 cr. (This course to be developed & offered in both the Schools of Nursing and Allied Health) Curriculum/Program Planning & Evaluation Courses-3 cr. (Students would select one course from the following:) ( ) Program Planning in Adult Education 3 cr. ( ) Coordination of Staff Development & Training Programs 3 cr. ( ) Evaluation of Adult & Continuing Education Programs 3 cr. ( ) Curriculum Development in Nursing Education 3 cr. (This course to be developed)

3 Graduate Faculty Council Doc. No. 843 p. 3 Approved March 12, 2001 Teaching/Instructonial Strategies-3 cr. (Students would select one course from the following:) ( ) Instructional Design & Teaching Strategies 3 cr. ( ) Using Technology with Adult Learners 3 cr. ( ) Seminar in Adult & Organizational Learning 3 cr. ( ) Instructional Strategies for Patient Education 3 cr. Elective Courses-3 cr. (Students would select one additional course from the above or from the following:) ( ) Seminar in Continuing Education in the Professions 3 cr. ( ) Administration of Adult Education Programs 3 cr. ( ) The Educational Dimensions of Practice with Older Adults 3 cr. ( ) Changing Health Behaviors 3 cr. ( ) College Teaching 3 cr. ( ) Teaching in a Practice Discipline 3 cr. (To be developed & jointly offered by the Schools of Nursing and Allied Health) 5.3 Admission requirements and procedures: All students in the certificate program would be required to have completed a minimum of a baccalaureate degree in a health profession. Postbaccalaureate students who were not degree candidates in nursing or allied health would need to meet the minimum GPA requirement of 2.75 specified by the Graduate School of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Students enrolled in a nursing or allied health graduate program would meet the admission requirements for their program. Post-graduate students would be required to have a minimum of a 3.0 GPA in their previous graduate degree for admission to the certificate program. Post-baccalaureate and post-graduate students would apply for admission to the certificate program. Current graduate students in nursing or allied health would need to declare intent to complete the certificate program prior to completion of six credits in the certificate program. The Graduate School will be notified of all students admitted to the certificate program. 5.4 Continuation and exit requirements: Students will need to maintain a 3.0 G.P.A. and meet all other Graduate School requirements for progression. Students will have 3 years to complete the certificate program. 5.5 Allowance for transfer credit: Up to six credits of graduate courses taken at UWM or another institution prior to admission to the certificate program will be allowed to transfer to meet requirements for the certificate. Such courses must meet Graduate School requirements for transfer credit. Credits taken for the certificate program can only be used to meet degree requirements with approval of the degree program. 5.6 Certificate conferral: Certificate will be awarded by the School of Nursing upon completion of the certificate courses. The Graduate School will be provided with a summary of the completed program of study and notified when a student has completed requirements for the certificate.

4 Graduate Faculty Council Doc. No. 843 p. 4 Approved March 12, The Health Professional Education Certificate program will be administered by a steering commmittee comprised of three members, one each from the Schools of Allied Health, Education, and Nursing. The Steering Committee will oversee the program and be responsible for curricular review and development and recommending changes to the appropriate committees/departments within the three schools, development of marketing and recruitment materials, and coordination of activities across the three schools. The Chair of the Steering Committee will serve as Coordinator of the Certificate Program. The initial steering committee members will be Dr. John Lynch from Allied Health, Dr. Barbara Daley from Education and Dr. Susan Dean-Baar from Nursing. Each student admitted to the certificate program will be assigned a faculty advisor from the same health profession discipline background as the student. In the event that a student is admitted to the certificate program with a background in a health profession discipline not offered at UWM, the student will be matched with a faculty advisor in a related discipline.the certificate program will be administered by the School of Nursing. The Graduate Program Advisor within the School of Nursing will coordinate the admission process to the certificate program, request appointment of a faculty advisor from the appropriate school, monitor student progression through the certificate program, and notify the Graduate School when a student completes the certificate program. VI. Resources The cost to the university for this certificate program is minimal since thirteen of the courses already exist on campus. The three courses that need to be developed will be supported by the Schools of Allied Health and Nursing. All three participating schools will share in the cost of development of a brochure describing the certificate program. There will be no special charges or fees to students enrolled in the certificate program. If sufficient resources can be allocated by the schools involved, consideration will be given to developing some of the courses in a webbased format to allow completion of the certificate in a distance education format. This option would allow participation in the certificate program by a wider range of students and has the potential to increase the tuition revenues to the campus and units teaching the courses. VI. Bulletin Copy: The proposed copy for the Graduate School Bulletin is attached.

5 Graduate Faculty Council Doc. No. 843 p. 5 Approved March 12, 2001 Health Professional Education Certificate The health professional education certificate is designed to provide health professionals with additional preparation in educational principles and theory to support them in their roles as educators of students and staff in the health professions as well as in the role of patient educator. This program is open to students simultaneously enrolled in a graduate degree program, as well as to health professionals who have completed a baccalaureate, masters or doctoral degree. The certificate program is a collaborative program between the Schools of Allied Health, Nursing, and Education and is coordinated through the School of Nursing. Admission Applicants are admitted to the certificate program in one of three categories: post-baccalaureate, current student in a UWM graduate health profession program, or post-graduate student. Post-baccalaureate students must have completed a bachelor s degree in a health profession discipline with a grade point average of 2.75 or above (4.0 scale) and not be currently enrolled in a graduate degree program at UWM. The admission requirements of the health professional educational certificate for students enrolled in good standing in a UWM graduate health profession program are consistent with those requirements specified by the program. Post-graduate students must have completed a graduate degree in a health profession or related discipline with a grade point average of 3.0 or above (4.0 scale). Credits and Courses The completion of 15 credit hours (5 courses) is required for the certificate program. All students are required to complete 2 core courses, Principles & Foundations of Adult Education (3 credits) and Practicum & Seminar in Health Professional Education (3 credits). In addition students will complete 3 credits in the area of curriculum/program planning and evaluation, 3 credits in teaching/instructional strategies, and 3 credit hours in an elective area. A current listing of courses that meet these requirements can be obtained from the School of Allied Health or the School of Nursing. Students will need to maintain a 3.0 GPA and meet all other requirements of the Graduate School for continuation in the program. The Practicum and Seminar in Health Professional Education is the last course taken in the certificate program. Up to six credits of graduate courses taken at UWM or another institution prior to admission to the certificate program will be allowed to transfer to meet requirements for the certificate. Such courses must meet Graduate School requirements for transfer credit. Time Limit The student must complete all certificate course work within three years of initial enrollment in the certificate program.

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