Designed to prepare nurses to become pediatric nurse practitioners, this 43-credit four-semester program develops students’ skills in making independent clinical judgments, forming collaborative clinical relationships, providing advocacy for clients and evaluating quality of care.
Nurse practitioner graduates not only become expert health care providers but also develop the leadership ability to operate effectively in today’s multidisciplinary health care environment.
Combining Internet-based learning for the academic portions of the program alongside clinical practice components arranged at convenient locations, the M.S.N. Nurse Practitioner will appeal to ambitious working nurses who may be managing a number of work and home priorities.
Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, Middle States Commission on Higher Education
To be eligible for financial aid, students must be accepted and matriculated into a degree program. Financial aid for graduate students is available in the form of a FFELP/Stafford Loan, an alternative loan or a personal loan.