Post BSN to APRN DNP Curriculum: Primary Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Curriculum


Fall 01

Spring 01

Summer 01

Total Credits

Nur 50000
Theoretical Constructs (3)

Nut 50700
Pathophysiology (4)

Nur 52500
Informatics  (3)

Total Credits (10)

Nur 50200
Pharmacology (3)

Nur 50500
Sociocultural (2)

Nur 51000
Research (3)

Total Credits (8)

Nur 64100
Epidemiology (3)

Nur 62400
Evidence Base Practice (3)*

Nur 64200
Systems Approaches in Healthcare (3)

Total Credits (9)

27 credits

Fall 02

Spring 02

Summer 02

Total Credits

Nur 62600
Applied Biostatistics (3)

Nur 63200
Health Policy (3)

Nur 67800
Economics and Finance (3)

Total Credits (9)

Nur 50300
Advanced Assessment (3)

Nur 51400
Clinical Application in Pharmacology for PNP (1)

Nur 64000
Human Factors in Healthcare (3)

Nur 67300
Health Policy Residency (2)
Residency Hours-192

Total Credits (9)

Nur 51100
Health Promotion for Advanced Practice Nursing (3)

Nur 51500
Health Promotion in Pediatric Populations (3)

Nur 67400
Quality Initiatives, Leadership and Advanced Practice Nursing (2)

Total Credits (8)

26 credits

Fall 03

Spring 03

Summer 03

Total Credits

Nur 52800
Acute Illness: Pediatric Health Practice (3)

Nur 52900
Acute Illness: Pediatric Health Preceptorship (3)

Nur 67500
Role Transition & Synthesis (2)

Nur 68000
Cognate Residency 1:
Direct Practice / Systems Management (3)

Total Credits (11)

Nur 55200
Chronic Illness and Commonly Recurring Conditions: Pediatric Health Practice (3)

Nur 55300
Chronic Illness and Commonly Recurring Conditions: Pediatric Health Preceptorship (3)

Nur 68700
DNP Project I (3)

Total Credits (9)

Nur 68900
DNP Project II (3)

Total Credits (3)
23 Credits

 

Total Program 76 credits

*NUR 62400 and NUR64200 meet 6 consecutive days the first week of the summer semester with follow up online assignments

 

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