Family Nurse Practitioner, Post-Master's Certificate

The Post-Masters Certificate in Family Nurse Practitioner is a program designed for Registered Nurses holding a Master of Science in Nursing or higher.

Program Requirements

Nurse Practitioner Courses17
Adv Patho Across the Lifespan
Adv Pharmacology for FNPs
Diagnostic & Clinical Reasonin
Adv Health Assessment for FNPs
Adv Practice Nurs Roles in Soc
Health Care Policy
Nurse Practitioner Clinical Courses23
Hlth Prom of Adults and Fami
Hlth Prom of Children and Fami
Hlth Prom of Elderly and Famil
Nurse Practitioner Practicum
Electives1-6
Studies in Nursing-Directed
Total Credit Hours41-46

Total Clinical/Lab Hours: 585

MSN Academic Standards

Nursing students must maintain a semester grade point average (GPA) of 3.00 (“B”) to maintain good standing in the program. Students who receive a “C”, "D", "F", "WF", or "U" in any MSN courses may repeat this course one time only on a space available basis. Two grades of “C”, "D", "F", "WF", or "U" in any MSN courses will result in program dismissal. Reference MSN Student Handbook for details.