• Graduates can be certified as nurse practitioners in family/individual across lifespan.
• The total number of credits is 38.
• Clinical hours total 600 and take place in a wide variety of urban and rural health care agencies.
Certificate graduates can be employed in a wide variety of health care settings such as home health agencies, physician’s offices, health maintenance organizations, family health centers, and clinics in both urban and rural medically underserved communities.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of core Family Nurse Practitioner MSN courses, which are NU703, NU705, NU712, NU725 and NU737.