Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioners (AGACNP) assess, diagnose, and manage acutely ill patients in hospital and hospital-to-clinic settings.
The advanced skills of the AGACNP may be used in emergency departments, intensive care units, intermediate care units and specialty clinics such as cardiology or neurology.
Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioners focus on populations needing critical care and treatment of acute and chronic illnesses, disability, and/or injury.
During the practicum courses, students come to campus one time per semester.
Graduates will be eligible to take the certification exam and assume leadership roles for the targeted populations.
|500 - Theoretical Foundations of Advanced Nursing Practice||Fall|
|710 - Biostatistics||Fall|
|726 - Analysis of Evidence-Based Practice||Spring|
|759 - Information Systems & Technology for Transformation of Health Care||Spring|
|512 - Roles & Issues in Advanced Practice Nursing||Summer|
|517 - Advanced Health Assessment & Diagnostic Reasoning Across the Lifespan||Fall|
|519 - Advanced Pathophysiology Across the Lifespan||Fall|
|529 - Advanced Pharmacotherapeutics Across the Lifespan||Spring|
|707 - Principles of Epidemiology & Health Promotion in Advanced Practice Nursing||Spring|
|815 - Organizational Management & Leadership in Health Care Systems||Summer|
|580 - AGACNP Theory I||Fall|
|581 - AGACNP Practicum I||Fall|
|582 - AGACNP Theory II||Spring|
|583 - AGACNP Practicum II||Spring|
|584 - AGACNP Theory III||Fall|
|585 - AGACNP Practicum III||Fall|
|586 - AGACNP Practicum IV||Spring|
|712 - Principles of Gerontology in Advanced Practice Nursing||Spring|