College of Staten Island
 The City University of New York
 
  
Advanced Certificate in Cultural Competence
Reweida Othman
I learned a great deal during this course not only from all of the readings, videos, guest speakers, and lectures, but also from the wealth of knowledge the students in my cohort shared with me during our online discussions. I hope to use my new knowledge to assist my undergraduate nursing students and my graduate school nurse students to become more culturally competent.
--- Theresa M. Adams, RN, MSN, CSN

Faculty Role

Graduates of the Advanced Certificate Program Utilize their Skills and Knowledge in Academic Settings to:

  • Provide culturally competent teaching and advisement for culturally diverse students
  • Develop and manage culturally competent action plans and programs for culturally diverse student retention and academic success
  • Provide leadership and faculty development aimed at enhancing cultural competence in academia
  • Develop and implement research projects to test innovative projects for improving the quality of nursing education and effectiveness through cultural competence
  • Coordinate education of groups of culturally diverse students, enhancing student achievement and satisfaction
  • Network collaboratively with multicultural health care experts and educators in a variety of disciplines
  • Consult with faculty in solving student problems through cultural competence
  • Integrate cultural competence throughout the curriculum by designing, implementing, and evaluating ongoing cultural competence initiatives
  • Promote multicultural workplace harmony and avoid multicultural conflicts among culturally diverse faculty, staff members, and students