The curriculum content for the MSN Program is designed to provide the graduate nurse with a strong foundational background in theory, research, and practice. A minimum of 48 semester hours of didactic and clinical/practicum experiences are required to complete the program.
Program Course Requirements
The three curriculum components of the Master of Science in Nursing Program include: Graduate Core Curriculum (22 credits); Advanced Practice Nursing Core Curriculum (9 credits); and FNP Specialization Core Curriculum (17 credits).
Graduate Nursing Core Curriculum
(Family Nurse Practitioner Specialization)
Advanced Practice Nursing Core Curriculum (FNP Specialization)*
|NUR 655||Advanced Pathophysiology||
|NUR 660||Advanced Assessment||
|NUR 670||Advanced Pharmacology and Therapeutics||
*Prerequisites for FNP Core Curriculum
Family Nurse Practitioner Core Curriculum
A minimum of 540 clinical/practicum hours required