The Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) Certificate program enables a nurse who already holds a master’s degree in nursing to be prepared as a specialist in the delivery of primary care services to individuals and families in a wide variety of settings.

Family Nurse Practitioner -
Post Master’s Certificate
(29-38 credit hours)

Advanced Practice Core: (12 credit hours)
NURS 620 Advanced Pathophysiology 4
NURS 621 Advanced Pharmacology 4
NURS 622 Advanced Health Assessment 4

Specialty Curriculum: (17 credit hours)
NURS 670 Family Nurse Practitioner Theoretical Principles and Clinical Management I 5
NURS 671 Family Nurse Practitioners Theoretical Principles and Clinical Management II 5
NURS 672 Family Nurse Practitioner Theoretical Principles and Clinical Management III 5
NURS 698 Clinical Residency 2

Optional Support Courses: (12 credit hours)
NURS 643 Teaching in Nursing 4
NURS 644 Nursing Education Methods and Measurements 4
NURS 645 Nursing Education Practicum 4

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