Post-Masters of Science Certificate in Nurse Practitioner Program Info
Designed for professional nurses who have earned a Master of Science in Nursing and seek further education to qualify for state and national certification as a nurse practitioner in adult or pediatric health. Prerequisites are Pathophysiology and Pharmacotherapeutics for Advanced Practice Nursing at the graduate level. Program can be completed in one year of full-time study.
NURSE PRACTITIONER POST-MASTER'S CERTIFICATE EDUCATOR PROGRAM - 25 credits
All Students Complete - 7 credits
NUR 569 Advanced Assessment Practicum - (1)
NUR 570 Advanced Physical Assessment for APN Across the Lifespan - (3)
NUR 572 Nurse Practitioner Role Seminar - (3)
Adult Nurse Practitioner Option - 18 credits
NUR 580 Management Adult Health Concerns I - (3)
NUR 581 Practicum Adult Nurse Practitioner I - (6)
NUR 582 Management Adult Health Concerns II - (3)
NUR 583 Practicum Adult Nurse Practitioner II - (6)
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Option - 18 credits
NUR 590 Management Pediatric Health Concerns I - (3)
NUR 591 Practicum Pediatric Nurse Practitioner I - (6)
NUR 592 Management Pediatric Health Concerns II - (3)
NUR 593 Practicum Pediatric Nurse Practitioner II - (6)
Beginning your graduate students as a non-matriculated student allows you to start your graduate studies before becoming accepted by taking up to two courses or six credits while compiling your documentation for formal acceptance. These courses are applied toward your degree requirements. To qualify, an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required. To be approved for non-matriculated status, call 267-448-1349 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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