The School of Nursing is a certified provider of continuing education credits through the Connecticut Nurses Association. Among the programs offered are conferences sponsored by local hospitals and healthcare organizations.
Learn more about our continuing education programs on their web pages.
Develop Your Competencies in Pain Management with a 12-credit online graduate certificate program for nursing professionals.
The University of Connecticut (UConn’s) Pain Management online graduate certificate program meshes scholarly work with practice in an engaging 4 course (12-credit) program incorporating top UConn pain management researchers and educators. Learn more
The University of Connecticut’s (UConn’s) online graduate Certificate in Health Professions Education prepares an interprofessional audience of early to mid-career clinicians and leaders for careers in health professions education. Participants will acquire the knowledge and skills to evaluate, plan, and implement educational activities and programs for all levels of education — undergraduate, postgraduate, and continuing education — in the health professions. Learn more
The University of Connecticut’s School of Nursing offers a Neonatal Nursing Master’s Degree Online. This innovative 44-credit program consists of online coursework and three on-campus meetings. Learn more
This program aims to reduce morbidity and mortality in children and youths who are injured or become ill at school. It is a 3-day workshop presented by a team of instructors and includes lectures, slide, and demonstrations/practice techniques to teach assessment, triage, and critical problem-solving scenarios with emergency medical services personnel. Learn more
For individuals interested in becoming long-term healthcare administrators, the University of Connecticut will be once again offering the Certificate Program in Long-Term Healthcare Management during the Fall Semester, 2018, jointly administered by the UConn School of Nursing and UConn School of Business. The Certificate Program includes a 3 credit course, “Management of Long-Term Healthcare Organizations”, and a 900 hour internship in one or more long-term care facilities. At the completion of this program, students are eligible to sit for nursing home administration licensure examinations. Learn more
For more information:
Assistant to the Dean for Accreditation
Evaluation and Continuing Education
Augustus Storrs Hall, SH 212
231 Glenbrook Road, Unit 2026 Storrs, CT 06269-2026