Nursing (Doctor of Nursing Practice)
Program Description for Nursing
Degree: Doctor of Nursing Practice
- Satisfactorily complete all courses required by the program and approved by the university.
- Satisfactorily complete all clinical requirements.
- Complete all course work within the prescribed timeline of being admitted into the program.
- Attain a 3.0 GPA average in all work counting toward the graduate degree.
- Earn no more than 2 grades of less than B throughout the program.
- Be in good standing; not subject to any sanction by the University community or School of Nursing.
- All students in the Brooks College of Health programs will be held accountable to the most recent Code of Ethics, Guides for Professional Conduct and/or Position Statements as developed by their respective disciplines. Refer to your program handbook and Brooks College of Health policy - Student Breach of Professional Behaviors (Click here)
- Meet graduation requirements applicable to all University students; such as residency hours and final requirements.
- If you earned graduate level (5000/6000 level) credit from another institution, consult with your Program Director .
- Apply for graduation online through myWings by the 2nd week of the semester you are graduating (see academic calendar at www.unf.edu for specific deadlines).
Core Requirements (24 credits)
NGR6740 Role Dev in Adv Practice Nsg (3 Credits)
NGR7871 Health Informatics for AP (3 Credits)
SELECT one Epidemiology course
- NGR6673 - Principles of Epidemiology for Adv. Practice
- HSC6505 - Epidemiology
SELECT one Statistics course
- NGR7843 - Statistical Interpretation for Adv. Practice
- HSC6512 - Applied Health Statistics
SELECT one Policy course
- NGR6892 - Public Policy Implications for Adv. Practice
- HSA6905 - Health Policy
NGR7850 Evidence Based Practice I (3 Credits)
NGR7851 Evidence Based Practice II (3 Credits)
NGR6894 Global Health Care and Culture (3 Credits)
Practice Residency (15 credits)
NGR7946 Residency in ANP (1-6 Credits)
NGR7974 Doctoral Project (1-6 Credits)
Major Electives (9 credits)
Select a track; Administration or Practice
In addition, those desiring additional certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner are required to complete the following traditional on-campus courses.
- NGR5003c Health Assessment and Diagnostics (1-4 credits)
- NGR5610 Diagnosis and Management of Acute Problems of Adults and Children in Primary Care (5 credits)
- NGR6602c Promoting the Health of Children, Men and Women in Primary Care (3-6 credits)
- NGR6603c Diagnosis and Management of Chronic Conditions of Adults and Children in Primary Care (3-6 credits)
- NGR6726 - Quality Management for Adv. Nursing Practice (3 credits)
- HSA6435 - Health Economics (3 credits)
- One elective at the 5000-6000 level with NGR, HSA or HSC prefixes in consultation with the Program Director (3 credits)
- NGR7179 - Adv. Pharmacologic Management (3 credits)
- NGR7154 - Advanced Bioscience (3 credits)
- NGR7767 - Practice Management in Adv. Nursing and Healthcare (3 credits)