|NUR 500||Theoretical Foundations for Nursing Practice||3 Credits|
|NUR 503||Advanced Leadership and Health Policy||3 Credits|
|NUR 531||Family Theory||2 Credits|
|NUR 555||Clinical Pharmacology||3 Credits|
|NUR 560||Nursing Research Methods||3 Credits|
|NUR 566||Advanced Practice Nursing Lecture||3 Credits|
|NUR 567||Advanced Practice Nursing Clinical||2 Credits|
|NUR 570||Pathophysiology||3 Credits|
|NUR 572||Family Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Across the Lifespan||3 Credits|
|NUR 580||Beginning Level Adult Clinical||2 Credits|
|NUR 652||Family Primary Health Care I||3 Credits|
|NUR 658||Women's Health Care||2 Credits|
|NUR 668||Family Primary Health Care II||4 Credits|
|NUR 670||Intermediate Level Family Clinical||3 Credits|
|NUR 680||Advanced Level Family Clinical||4 Credits|
|NUR 692||Culminating Seminar for Nurse Practitioners||2 Credits|
- Students may transfer up to 12 credit hours, if applicable, from another graduate program.
- Regardless of overall GPA, students can apply only two “C” grades in courses taken towards the degree.
- All students must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher to graduate.
- Graduate students may repeat a graduate nursing course only once.
- FNP majors must complete and pass a comprehensive final examination at the completion of their program of study.