Family Nurse Practitioner Post-Masters Certificate
- A master's degree in Nursing from an accredited college or university.
- Two (2) letters of recommendation.
- An interview with the director of the graduate program or his/her designee.
Students must consult with an adviser in the Nursing Program before starting their certificate program. During their first semester, matriculated students are required to plan their program with an adviser. All students must complete the 30-credit curriculum with a cumulative index of 3.0 or better.
The Certificate in Family Nurse Practitioner program consists of a sequence of seven courses for a total of 30 credits as listed below:
Fall Semester (9 credits):
Spring Semester (9 credits):
|NUR 769||Family Developmental Theory||
|NUR 774||Advanced Family Nursing Practice I - Using a Nursing Science Framework||
Fall Semester II (6 credits):
|NUR 775||Advanced Family Nursing Practice II - Using a Nursing Science Framework||
Spring Semester II (6 credits):
|NUR 776||Advanced Family Nursing Practice III - Using a Nursing Science Framework||