The Master of Science in Nursing-Family Nurse Practitioner requires a minimum of 41 hours of credit for completion. The curriculum consists of 15 hours of MSN core courses. There are 26 additional hours of discipline specific courses to this option. Students may transfer a maximum of six hours from another university (See “Transfer Admission”).
Course content is delivered virtually.
|MSN Core Courses||15|
|Health Policy, Social Issues, and Theory|
|Advanced Health Assessment|
|Diversity, Ethics, Health Promotion and Informatics in Patient Centered Care|
|Advanced Clinical Pathophysiology|
|Advanced Pharmacology for Nurses|
|Family Nurse Practitioner Option Discipline Specific Courses||26|
|Evidenced Based Practice and Nursing Scholarship|
|Introduction to Family Nurse Practitioner|
|Family Nurse Practitioner I|
|Family Nurse Practitioner II|
|Family Nurse Practitioner III|
|Family Nurse Practitioner IV|
|Family Nurse Practitioner V|