Online Coursework with Onsite Clinical Work
The MSN Nurse Practitioner program starts a new cohort with each fall semester. Students can complete the program in two years attending full-time and three years part-time.
Core MSN courses are delivered online while courses with a clinical component are hybrid - combining online coursework and on campus attendance approximately 4-5 days per semester. On campus activities include lectures, seminars, simulation labs, group work, and examinations.
|NUR 802:||Theoretical Foundations and Role Development for the Advanced Practice Nurse|
|NUR 804:||Statistics for the Healthcare Professional|
|NUR 805:||Pathophysiology for Advanced Practice Nurses|
|NUR 806:||Research for Practice Nurses|
|NUR 807:||Clinical Decision Making|
|NUR 809:||Applied Pharmacology for Advanced Practice|
|NUR 814:||Health Care Policy and Politics|
|NUR 820/835:||Health Assessment|
|NUR 821/836:||Primary Care Management I|
|NUR 822/832:||Practicum I Primary Care|
|NUR 823/837:||Primary Care Management II|
|NUR 824/834:||Practicum II|
|NUR 838:||Care for Aging Individuals|