Pediatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner

Please note:

The plan of study depends on the availability of a preceptor. The areas of Omaha and Lincoln are limited for preceptors and may require a 4 year plan of study.

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Pediatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner

Program of study — 2 years full time — part-time options  
Required MSN core courses * are included in the schedule below. 

MSN Specialty Pediatrics Primary Care NP  
COURSE # TITLE CREDITS
VARIOUS * Graduate Statistics 3
NRSG 602 * Nursing Scholarship 4
NRSG 603 * Leadership in Nursing 3
NRSG 604 * Health Systems Innovation & Improvement 3
NRSG 605 Pathophysiology for Advanced Practice Nurses I 3
NRSG 606 Applied Pharmacology for Advanced Practice Nurses 3
NRSG 607 Advanced Assessment Across the Life Span 3
NRSG 609 * Health Promotion for Populations 3
NRSG 671 Primary Care & Health Promotion in Children's Health 5
NRSG 672 Primary Care of Children II: Acute Health Problems 5
NRSG 673 Primary Care of Children III: Chronic Health Problems 6
NRSG 684 Advanced Women's & Children's Health Nursing Practicum 6
2 years full time TOTAL for Pediatrics Primary Care NP 47

* Required course — MSN core curriculum  

  Part-time study options

NP credentialing

Graduates are eligible to take the Nurse Practitioner certification exam in this specialty.  

Questions?

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