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The Family Nurse Practitioner track is designed to prepare nurses for advanced practice as a Family Nurse Practitioner with advanced knowledge and applicable skill in population specific primary care. In this track, the graduate will be able to pursue national certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner. Contained within the coursework for the MS degree are ten advanced practice nursing courses. The degree program culminates in 600 clinical hours.
|NSG 473||PRIMARY CARE OF THE INFANT, CHILD, AND THE ADOLESCENT (FNP only)||4|
|NSG 474||PRIMARY CARE OF THE ADULT AND OLDER ADULT||4|
|NSG 475||WOMEN'S REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND GYNECOLOGY (FNP only)||4|
|NSG 478||CLINICAL MANAGEMENT OF ACUTE AND CHRONIC ILLNESSES IN PRIMARY CARE||4|
|NSG 481||BIOSTATISTICS AND EPIDEMIOLOGY||4|
|NSG 483||PRACTICUM IN POPULATON-BASED NURSING PRACTICE I||4|
|NSG 484||PHARMACOLOGY FOR ADVANCED PRACTICE||4|
|NSG 487||PRACTICUM IN POPULATION-BASED NURSING PRACTICE II||4|
|NSG 488||PROFESSIONAL ISSUES & RESEARCH IN POPULATION-BASED ADVANCED PRACTICE NURSING||4|
|NSG 490||PRACTICUM IN POPULATION-BASED NURSING PRACTICE III||4|
|NSG 598||GRADUATE RESEARCH SYNTHESIS||4|