Nurse Practitioner - MSN
|NURS 7340 Advanced Theoretical Foundations of Nursing||3||NURS 7230 Advanced Pathophysiology||3||NURS 7240 Advanced Pharmacology||3|
|NURS 7350 Quality, Safety, and Prevention Using Technology||3||NURS 7250 Healthcare Policy and Ethics for the Nurse Leader||3||NURS 7110 Advanced Physical Assessment/Applied Clinical Concepts I||3|
|(30 project hours, 2.5 theory; 5 project)||(30 project hours, 2.5 theory; 5 project)||(60 clinical hours, 2 theory; 1 clinical)|
|NURS 7310 Transition to Advanced Practice Nursing*||2||NURS 7430 Evidence Based Nursing Practice*||2||NURS 7540 Implementation and Evaluation of Evidence-Based Nursing Practice *||2|
|NURS 7220 Roles and Issues of the Primary Care Practitioner||3||NURS 7440 Primary Care I: Women and Children||3||NURS 7920 Primary Care Practicum||7|
|NURS 7330 Diagnostic Reasoning and Clinical Management||3||(120 clinical hours, 1 theory; 2 clinical)||(360 practicum, 1 theory; 6 clinical)|
|(90 clinical hours, 1.5 theory; 1.5 clinical)||NURS 7550 Primary Care II: Adults and Elderly||3|
|(120 clinical hours, 1 theory; 2 clinical)|
|Total Hours: 43|
- Students may enter the program any semester on a part-time basis based on space availability. All full- time students are admitted in summer semester only.
- NURS 7310, NURS 7430 and NURS 7540, marked *, must be taken in sequence in the following order: 1.NURS 7310 Transition to Advanced Nursing Practice 2. NURS 7430 Evidence- Based Nursing Practice 3. NURS 7540 Implementation & Evaluation of Evidence-Based Nursing Practice
- Courses listed under each semester are only taught during that semester.
- All core/pre-requisite courses must be successfully completed before advancing to the Semester II clinical courses. Clinical courses must then be successfully completed before taking NURS 7920 Primary Care Practicum.