- Non-clinical courses are 100% online
- Clinical courses are hybrid and are scheduled on up to three Friday evenings and
Saturdays each semester
The CAS curriculum is individually tailored to address additional knowledge needed
to become a Family Nurse Practitioner. Once admitted, the program director will review
your transcript and professional background to complete a personalized gap analysis,
determining the required coursework needed to be eligible for Family Nurse Practitioner
licensure. For most nurse practitioners with advanced standing, the program will take
approximately 16 credit hours.
Curriculum & Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the program, nurse practitioners will be eligible to sit for the
National Licensure Exam as a Family Nurse Practitioner.
The career outlook for Family Nurse Practitioners is strong. We are currently seeing
an increase in demand for primary care providers within the Rochester area, New York
State and throughout the United States.