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Family Nurse Practitioner

Family Nurse Practitioner

Family nurse practitioners (FNP) play an integral role in the delivery of health care to individuals, families, and communities. FNPs are educationally and clinically prepared to provide primary care to clients across the life span and health continuum. Due to the increase in applications to the FNP program, admission will be competitive and are only admitted once a year (Fall).

 

General Core Courses

Credit Hours

NURS 605

Foundations for Advanced Practice

3

NURS 652

Statistics

3

NURS 607

Research and EBP

3

NURS 608

Economic & Info Mgt in Complex Health Care Sys

3

NURS 613

Introduction to Health Care Systems and Policy

3

NURS 611

Nursing Pharmacology  

3

NURS 655

Pathophysiology: Clinical Decision Making

3

NURS 656

Advanced Clinical Assessment  

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

Concentration Area Courses

Credit Hours

NURS 657

Health Promotion and Illness Prevention

3

NURS 601

Primary Care I

3

NURS 602

Primary Care II

3

NURS 604

Transition to Practice     

2

NURS 660

Advanced Clinical Practice: FNP Seminar I

2

NURS 661

Advanced Clinical Practice: FNP Clinical I

3

NURS 662

Advanced Clinical Practice: FNP Clinical II

3

NURS 664

Pediatrics

1

Total Track Specific Credit Hours

24

Total Credit Hours

44

 

Total Clinical Hours Required: 672

 

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