MS with Primary Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Specialization Program

The Master of Science (MS) degree with a major in Nursing and Primary Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner specialization (MS/PNP) develops leadership and practice skills necessary to shape nursing practice in a dynamic, complex, and globally interdependent healthcare system. Graduates will be prepared to practice as pediatric nurse practitioners delivering care to infants, children and adolescents. 

Choosing Purdue’s PNP program was one of my best decisions ever. Having both suburban- and rural-area clinicals provided experience with a variety of patient populations and gave me confidence as a PNP. — Tara Zegaczewski

The PNP program is designed to educate nurses who can provide competent, culturally sensitive, cost-effective, accessible and efficient care with an emphasis on rural underserved populations.

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