I just graduated from a 2 year ADN program
. I am interested in becoming an adjunct clinical instructor. I do not want to do the classroom teaching portion.
I had a really great adjunct med-surge instructor who has inspired me to pursue this option. I believe some instructors can make a student feel like they can fly where others can make you doubt your abilities to become an RN. I have had personal experiences with both types.
I have a previous 4 year degree in Finance. I was wondering what the requirements would be to be an adjunct CI.
What type of masters degree would I need and how many years of experience? If teaching LPN students would the requirements be less?
Nov 25, '09
Some of my colleagues are adjunct instructors now. They told me a Masters degree in a health related field would increase your chances of attaining an adjunct position. Let us know how it works out.
Last edit by Ally48 on Nov 25, '09
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