MS with Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Specialization Program - Curriculum

Course
Number
Course TitleDelivery Format
NUR 50000 Theoretical Constructs in Nursing Hybrid
NUR 50200 Pharmacotherapeutics for Advanced Practice Nursing   Online (Asynchronous)
Classroom
NUR 50300 Advanced Health Assessment - 45 Clinical Hours Classroom
NUR 50500 Sociocultural Influences on Health Hybrid
NUR 50700 Physiologic Concepts for Advanced Practice Nursing   Online
NUR 51000 Research and Evidence-Based Nursing Practice Hybrid
NUR51100 Health Promotion for Advanced Practice in Nursing - 45 Clinical Hours   Online (Asynchronous)
Classroom
NUR 51200 Clinical Application of Pharmacotherapeutics   Online
NUR 51300 Health Promotion for Special Populations - 120 Clinical Hours   Online (Asynchronous)
Classroom
NUR 52500 Informatics in Nursing   Online
NUR 53200 Acute Illness: Adult Health Practice Online (Asynchronous)
Classroom
NUR 53300 Acute Illness: Adult Health Preceptorship - 210 Clinical Hours Online (Asynchronous)
Classroom
NUR 54200 Chronic and Commonly Recurring Conditions: Adult Health Practice   Online (Asynchronous)
Classroom
NUR 54300 Chronic Illness: Adult Preceptorship   Online (Asynchronous)
Classroom
NUR 63200 Health Policy: Local to Global   Online
NUR 67500 Role Transition and Synthesis   Online (Asynchronous)
Classroom
NUR 59800 Master's Capstone   On your own with the help of your committee chair and committee members


Total Credits
Graduate Nursing Core: 14 credit hours
Advanced Practice Nursing Core: 15 credit hours
Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Specialty Curriculum: 16 credit hours
Master's Capstone
or Thesis Option (see the Master's Research and Thesis manual)
or Master's Portfolio (see the PNP Portfolio Guidelines)
1, 3 or 6 credit hours
Total: 46 to 51 credit hours

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