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Three years of full-time study with three semesters per year for a total of 9 semesters, starting in the fall.
Students take an average of 9 SCH per semester for a total of 72-75 SCH in the program.
No, all students accepted into the program will follow a full-time course of study.
We strongly advise that the student work on a part-time basis only. In the clinical courses students will not only study course content but will be required to be in the clinical setting several days per week.
Yes, but faculty and the preceptor team will work closely to facilitate selecting and contracting with preceptors and facilities.
You will have a minimum of 1000 hours in the clinical setting.
The program qualifies as an on-line program which means at least 51% of the program can be completed online. Students are required to come to campus for orientation, OSCEs, final project presentation and selected DNP sessions.
In the FNP track nursing experience as a registered nurse (RN) is highly preferred. The PMHNP track does not require previous nursing experience.
We are accepting a limited number of students into this program as it involves low student to faculty ratios.