The College of Nursing offers a certificate for graduate nurses who would like additional training as a pediatric nurse practitioner. This post-MSN or post-DNP certificate prepares the MSN or DNP prepared nurse for a career as a pediatric nurse practitioner in the primary care, acute care, or dual track role. Advanced practice nursing involves the delivery of care, management of resources, interdisciplinary collaboration, and application of technology, information systems, knowledge, and critical thinking.
PNP Primary Care
PNP Acute Care
Students seeking admission to the Acute Care PNP graduate certificate program must:
(1) be a licensed primary care pediatric nurse practitioner AND
(2) have a minimum of one year of work experience in an acute care setting before beginning coursework
PNP Dual Track – Primary and Acute Care
Students seeking admission to the Dual Track Primary and Acute Care PNP graduate certificate program must have completed at least one year of working in an acute care setting before beginning the acute care course (N654).
|Program Coordinator||Graduate Programs Advisor|
DNP, RN, CPNP-PC
Clinical Assistant Professor