Primary Care Family Nurse Practitioner (Post Masters)
The Department of Nursing offers the Post-Master's Primary Care Family Nurse Practitioner Certificate Program for students who completed a master of science degree in nursing. The certificate of advanced practice is designed for those individuals with a master's degree in nursing who wish to expand their practice into the role of a primary care family nurse practitioner. The PM-PC-FNP specialty area prepares nurses to provide comprehensive care that includes health promotion, maintenance and restoration for persons across the life span.
Depending on educational background and previous coursework in master's program, students accepted into the PM-PC-FNP certificate program are required to take as few as three and as many as 12 courses or 12-39 credits. Successful completion of the required curriculum qualifies the RN to sit for the Family Nurse Practitioner Certification Examination.
|NURS 810||Families in Health and Illness||3|
|NURS 907||Advanced Pharmacology & Therapeutics||3|
|NURS 908||Advanced Physiology & Pathophysiology Across the Lifespan||3|
|NURS 909||Advanced Health Assessment Across the Lifespan||3|
|NURS 925||Leadership, Role & Collaboration||3|
|NURS 935||FNP Health Management I - Didactic||3|
|NURS 936||FNP Health Management I - Clinical||3|
|NURS 937||Primary Care of Families II||3|
|NURS 938||Primary Care of Families II Practicum||3|
|NURS 939||Seminar and Practicum in the Primary Care of Families III||6|
|NURS 944||Health Promotion Theory & Population Health||3|
|NURS 963||Biostats and Epidemiology||3|
|Applicant must submit course description for any course taken in previous graduate program they wish to have reviewed for equivalency.|