Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
Adult Geriatric Nurse Practitioner
Family Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
Advanced Public Health Nurse Leader
The Master of Science in Nursing degree with a specialty in pediatrics incorporates theory and clinical courses to prepare students to provide comprehensive care to children and their families. A special focus will be school health and the development of school-based health clinics for school-age children.
This Master of Science in Nursing Degree includes theory and practicum experiences as well as a final capstone where the student has the opportunity to focus on a sub-specialty area, if desired. Graduates work in long term care settings, primary care ambulatory settings, hospitals, group practices of advanced practice gerontological nurses that manage care of adults and older adults in nursing homes, transitional care settings, assisted living, and specialty practices.
The aim of the Family Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (FPMHNP) curriculum is to prepare psychiatric nurse practitioners to provide a wide range of services to adults, children, adolescents, and their families. Extensive supervised clinical study focuses on various types of assessment and psychotherapeutic interventions.
The Master of Science in Nursing degree with a specialty in Community Health Nursing prepares nurses for advanced practice in the care of communities and vulnerable populations in rural and urban settings. The goal of this program is to prepare clinical nurse specialists who will promote health and well-being of populations and communities.
Currently completing formal accreditation procedures.