The authors are nurse educators at BryanLGH College of Health Sciences in Lincoln, Nebraska. They describe the development and experience of a 1-credit-hour theory elective titled Caring in Times of Death, Dying and Bereavement, which is offered to undergraduate nursing students at a Midwestern college. The simulation utilized was the Simulated Clinical Experience (SCE) End-of-Life Care from the Program for Nursing Curriculum Integration and was supported by evidence-based practice and research findings. Major themes identified in a debriefing after the simulated experience were: impact of family presence, value of realism (fidelity), and self-efficacy. Implication for future research included a qualitative study to address student nurses feelings when caring for the dying patient and a longitudinal study to determine whether the experience affected future practice.