- Graduates can be certified as nurse practitioners in family/individual across lifespan.
- The total number of credits is 37.
- Clinical hours total 600 and take place in a wide variety of urban and rural health care agencies.
- program can be completed at the Main Oakland Campus, Greensburg or Cranberry
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.
The Plan of Study is available here.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of core Women's Health Nurse Practitioner MSN courses, which are NU703, NU705, NU712, NU725 and NU737.