Nursing Continuing Education

Nursing Continuing Education

Cleveland State University’s School of Nursing is proud to offer continuing education opportunities as part of its mission of advancing excellence in nursing professionals. Designed to meet the needs of lifelong learners, our programs can help you earn hours toward license renewal*, enhance your skills, and advance your career. You’ll also network and build relationships with area professionals. The School of Nursing is committed to offering professional development programs that meet rigorous standards for quality and service. You can expect your course experience to be interactive, relevant, and facilitated by expert faculty. Trust CSU to provide the best value for your continuing education dollars.

School of Nursing Continuing Education Programs

RN Refresher Program

RN Refresher Program - Downloadable pdf 

RN Refresher Information Sessions - Downloadable pdf

Online Patient Advocacy Certificate Program (PACP)

Diabetes Education Program

NCLEX Review Course

Continuing Education Requirements for RNs and LPNs in Ohio

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Do you have questions about our Nursing Continuing Education Programs? Contact Noelle Muscatello at (216)687-3867 or

*Cleveland State University, School of Nursing (OH-012, 5/1/2015) is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Ohio Nurses Association (OBN-001-91), an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Successful completion of Continuing Education programs includes attendance of at least 80% and submission of a completed evaluation form.

Continuing Education programs through the CSU Counseling, Administration, and Adult Supervision (CASAL) department are approved for social workers, counselors, and psychologists. Nurses may also use the dual discipline approved programs for their contact hours with the Ohio Board of Nursing.

Click here to see our CASAL Continuing Education social work, counseling, and psychology programs