What You’ll Learn
Our 42-credit, two-year, full-time program combines online coursework with in person sessions (three Friday and Saturdays each semester) to train students as primary care providers within their community.
The graduate program builds on the fundamental principles of nursing to ensure the provision of high quality care. Students learn critical assessment, diagnosis and treatment skills and are mentored in the application of these skills throughout their clinical rotations.
We also offer a Certificate of Advanced Study, designed for nurse practitioners who are currently not a Family Nurse Practitioner.