Working nurses can complete this master's program part-time in three years, with courses delivered on campus in Greeley and online, and clinical experiences in the surrounding area.
Nurses who already have a master's degree can pursue the Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) Graduate Certificate Program.
The certificate consists of 39 credit hours but your requirements will vary based on previous coursework. Contact the Program Coordinator for a detailed plan of study and available start terms. Tuition is the same as the master's program.
See an example course sequence.
Also visit the School of Nursing's FNP Certificate information.
The School of Nursing works in partnership with the Family Medicine Residency program in Greeley and other primary care sites to encourage collaborative education between nursing and medicine.
For full details, see the official program listing in the UNC Graduate Catalog.
To see a typical list of upcoming courses, visit an example Current Program Students page.
See the Planned Course Sequence (listing which courses will be delivered each term of your program).
Clinical hours are completed while enrolled in the five clinical/practicum courses (NURS 654, 656, 674, 675, 676, 677 and 689).
Michaela Romero, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC