Advanced Nurse Educator (ANE) Certification
Lolita Chappel-Aiken, Ed.D.
Division of Nursing
F.L. Atkins Room 234
601 Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr.
Winston-Salem, NC 27110
Advanced Nurse Educator
The Advanced Nurse Educator concentration prepares graduates to teach in undergraduate nursing programs and to fulfill clinical education and staff development positions in hospitals and complex educational environments. The ANE curriculum includes 39 credit hours, is taught primarily online, and the required 240 hours of supervised education practicum may be completed in a local academic setting. Full-time students complete the curriculum in two years, while part-time completion may vary.
ANE graduates are eligible to take the National League for Nursing Certified Nurse Educator certification examination upon completion and two years of full-time employment as a nurse educator.
The following faculty members instruct the majority of courses in the Advanced Nurse Educator concentration:
- Dr. Lolita Chappel-Aiken, ANE Coordinator
- Dr. Alfreda Harper-Harrison
- Dr. Dennis Sherrod
Plan of Study
Post-Master’s Certificate Plan of Study
For additional information, please visit the WSSU Graduate Catalog for more information on Masters of Science in Nursing.