Curriculum

Purdue’s FNP graduate program includes a mix of online and classroom courses. The delivery formats for specific courses are listed below. The Graduate Program Advisor can provide additional details about the sequencing of courses and any eligibility requirements.


A curriculum for FNP
Course NumberCourse TitleDelivery FormatCredit Hours
NUR 50000 Theoretical Constructs in Nursing Hybrid 3
NUR 50200 Pharmacotherapeutics for Advanced Practice Nursing Online (Asynchronous)
Classroom
3
NUR 50300 Advanced Health Assessment — 45 Clinical Hours Classroom 3
NUR 50500 Sociocultural Influences on Health Hybrid 2
NUR 50700 Physiologic Concepts for Advanced Practice Nursing Online 4
NUR 51000 Research and Evidence-based Nursing Practice Hybrid 3
NUR 51100 Health Promotion for Advanced Practice in Nursing — 45 Clinical Hours Online (Asynchronous)
Classroom
3
NUR 51601 Clinical Applications in Pharmacology Family Nurse Practitioner Online 1
NUR 51300 Health Promotion in Special Populations — 120 Clinical Hours Online (Asynchronous)
Classroom
3
NUR 52500 Informatics in Nursing Online (Asynchronous)
Classroom
3
NUR 61100 Primary Care of the Young Family Hybrid 3
NUR 61500 Primary Care of the Young Family Preceptorship Clinical with Seminar 3
NUR 62200 Primary Care of the Aging Family Hybrid 3
NUR 62700 Primary Care of the Aging Family Preceptorship Clinical with Seminar 3
NUR 67500 Role Transition and Synthesis Hybrid 2
NUR 63200 Health Policy: Local to Global Hybrid 3
NUR 63100 Family Nurse Practitioner Preceptorship Clinical Synthesis Clinical with Seminar 2
NUR 67400 Qualitative Initiatives, Leadership APN   2

Total credits organized by type.
Course TypeTotal Credits
Graduate Nursing Core 14 credit hours
Advanced Practice Nursing Core 17 credit hours
Family Nurse Practitioner Specialty Curriculum 18 credit hours
Total 49 credit hours


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Sample Plan of Study

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