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Kim Rodehorst

Contributing Faculty

College of Nursing

Degree Program B.S. Nursing (BSN)

Dr. Rodehorst has been an instructor at Walden University since 2010, teaching in both the graduate and undergraduate programs. She received her BSN from Loretto Heights College in Denver, CO, her MSN from University of Colorado in Denver, CO, and her PhD. in Adult Education and Technology from the University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming.

Courses Taught

NRSG 6331 - Teaching and Learning Strategies and Technology

NRSG 6330 - Curriculum Development

NRSG 6320 - Integrating Technology

NRSG 3150/3151 - Foundations in Nursing Research

NRSG 4005 - Clinical Nursing


PhD, University of Wyoming

MS, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center

BS, Loretto Heights College (now Regis College)

Public Service

Area Health Education Consortium, Judge - Scottsbluff, NE United States


Rodehorst, T. K. Transitioning from a Traditional to a Concept Based Curriculum: Faculty’s Experience. Nursing Education Perspectives.


Rodehorst, T. K. (2017). ). Making the transition: Traditional nursing curriculum to a concept based curriculum.. Area Health Education Consortium.