The graduate Certificate in Nursing Advanced Practice requires 19 s.h. of credit. Students must maintain a cumulative g.p.a. of at least 2.50 in work for the certificate. The certificate is available to post-master's degree students seeking additional preparation in the area of health systems.

The Certificate in Nursing Advanced Practice requires the following course work.

Plan of Study Grid
First YearHours
NURS:6550 Executive Leadership and Management 4
NURS:6551 Financial Management 4
NURS:6553 Seminar on Innovations 4
 Hours12
Second Year
NURS:6552 Managing Care in an Organizational Environment 4
NURS:6554 Seminar on Healthy Work Environments 3
 Hours7
 Total Hours19

Visit D.N.P. Plans of Study on the College of Nursing website for a semester-by-semester view of required course work.