Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Certificate (Post Master's)
|CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS (16 credits)|
|Prerequisite: Master of Science in Nursing. Graduate of Adult, Women's Health, Family or Geriatric Nurse Practitioner Program (Board Certified or Board Eligible). OBN approved pharmacology course completed.
|NURS||60021||Acute Nurse Practitioner
|60022||Acute Care Therapeutics
|60792||Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Role Practicum
Students must complete 600 hours of supervised clinical practice as a part of this program for National Certification.
Note: Graduate courses are held just one day a week. First year students attend on Tuesdays; second year and thereafter on Wednesdays.
Web-based courses fall into one of the three following categories:
- Web-Synchronous - Student is required to be online (at home or on campus) at the specified day/time stated for class participation.
- Web-Asynchronous - Class meets on campus first say at specified day/time for instruction. Thereafter, online coursework may be completed at any time that is convenient for student within specified guidelines set forth by instructor.
- Web-Enhanced - Class meets on campus first day at specified day/time for instruction. Thereafter, most online coursework is completed at time convenient for student; however, intermittent attendance on campus at specified dates and times may be required.
All other courses, if not noted "web," are traditional, on campus classes.