Total credit hours: 45
As a registered nurse prepared at the graduate level, a PNP provides direct and indirect health care for both individual children and aggregates of children in the areas of health promotion, health maintenance, and health restoration. These services are provided largely within family and developmental contexts.
A Master’s College of Nursing Comprehensive Examination is required at the end of the program.
For Master's students without a BS in Nursing, additional bridge coursework will be required.
||Advanced Health Assessment Across the Lifespan
||Advanced Diagnostics and Procedures
||Advanced Physiology & Pathophysiology
||Pharmacology for Advanced Nurse Practitioner
||Health Promotion Theories & Strategies Across the Lifespan
||Organizational & Professional Dimensions of Nursing Practice
||Research and Evidence-Based Practice
||Systems and Populations in Healthcare
||Primary Care of Children and Adolescents I
||Primary Care of Children and Adolescents II
||Special Topics: Primary Care of Children and Adolescents
As approved by Graduate Council 04/16/2012, effective Fall 2012.