Choose a Nursing Certificate
Flexibility, independence, and
financial security. Whether you choose to pursue life
care planning, forensic nursing, or legal nurse
consulting, case manager, or geriatric care manager you
will have an opportunity to significantly enhance your
employment and career options.
Case Manager Certificate = If you are interested in
promoting quality, cost-effective health care and human
services for patients and their families, consider
becoming a case manager.
Forensic Nursing Certificate = Interested in
investigative sciences and victim advocacy? Consider the
challenging field of forensic nursing. Forensic nurses
may be called to a crime scene or accident to work with
detectives, collect evidence,
and take tissue and blood samples. Forensic nurses treat
survivors of assaults or violent accidents, and victims
of negligence, abuse, or violent crimes. The job is
fast-paced and exciting, with real issues at stake.
Geriatric Care Manager Certificate = Graduates may
work as geriatric care managers in a diversity of
practice settings, including independent practice,
insurance companies, government agencies, law firms,
home health agencies, assisted-care facilities,
long-term care facilities, and social service agencies.
Legal Nurse Consultant Certificate = Your nursing
education and clinical experience combined with the
legal knowledge and research ability gained through the
Legal Nurse Consulting Certificate will provide an
abundance of career opportunities. Legal nurse
consultants work with attorneys and other legal and
health care professionals, contributing invaluable
expertise to a myriad of issues including malpractice
lawsuits, medical insurance claims, and workers'