Graduates are prepared to care for people with both acute and chronic mental health problems. Students examine mental health theories in the classroom and work with preceptors in clinical settings to develop reasoning, patient assessment, and patient management skills.
Program of Study for Summer 2020 Cohort
Students seeking admission to the PMH graduate certificate program must have completed three prerequisite courses (or equivalent courses at another institution) prior to entry into N519:
N504 – Advanced Health Assessment
N505 – Advanced Pharmacology
N515 – Advanced Pathophysiology for Nursing Practice
- Students who hold an advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) license have generally completed the prerequisite courses through their APRN degree program. Transcripts must be reviewed and courses verified to ensure compliance with prerequisite requirements.
- Students who hold a graduate degree in Nursing Administration, Leadership, Informatics, Education or other non-clinical specialty will likely require enrollment in one or more of the prerequisite courses prior to enrollment in the PMH graduate certificate program. Students who lack prerequisites are welcome to complete them at UT. Please contact Courtney Shaffer, Graduate Programs Advisor, for information about prerequisite course availability (email@example.com).
NOTE: Graduate programs in the College of Nursing were recently revised. Clinical course names, numbers, and credit hours will be changing effective Fall 2019.
|Summer 2020 (3 hours)||Hours|
|Fall 2020 (9 hours)|
|PMH Didactic I||4|
|PMH Clinical I||5|
|Spring 2021 (9 hours)|
|PMH Didactic II||4|
|PMH Clinical II||5|
Graduate Programs Advisor