Graduate Program Curriculum Tracks

Curriculum tracks for Nursing Graduate Students


Nursing Leadership & Management POS Form (word doc)
Nursing Education POS Form (word doc)

FallSpringSummer
NGR6700 Nursing Theory 
(3 core)
NGR 6880 Ethical Issues in Advanced Nursing Practice (3 core) NGR 6710 Nursing Education Seminar I 
(6: 3 didactic/ 3 practicum)
NGR 6140 Advanced Pathophysiology (3 core) NGR 6002 Advanced Health Assessment (3 core) NGR 6728 Nursing Administration Seminar I
(6: 3 didactic/ 3 practicum)
NGR 6740 Contemporary Issues in the Role of Advanced Nursing Practice (3 core) NGR 6800 Nursing Research, Statistics, & Evidence Based Practice (3 core)  
FallSpringSummer
NGR 6172 Advanced Pharmacology
(3 core)
NGR 6834 Nursing Education EBP Project I (3) [Project Development] * NGR 6834L Nursing Education EBP Project II (3) [Project Implementation]
NGR 6715 Nursing Education Seminar II 
(6: 3 didactic/ 3 practicum)
* NGR 6834L Nursing Education EBP Project II (3) [Project Implementation] *NGR 6833L Nursing Leadership & Management EBP Project II (3) [Project Implementation]
NGR 6729 Nursing Administration Seminar II(6)
(6: 3 didactic/ 3 practicum)
NGR 6833 Nursing Leadership & Management EBP Project I (3) [Project Development]  
  *NGR 6833L Nursing Leadership & Management EBP Project II (3) [Project Implementation]  

*These courses can be taken either spring or summer based on EBP Project Proposal progress

Normal: Required Core Courses for both tracks (21 sh)
Bold: Required Specialty Courses for Nursing Education Track (18 sh)
GreenRequired Specialty Courses for Nursing Administration Track (18 sh)

Total semester hours required for graduation = 39 sh

Note: Your ability to progress in the curriculum is dependent upon following this schedule. For example, some courses are only taught once each year & may have prerequisites. You may progress at your own pace, but if you do not follow this schedule, it will prolong the time to program completion. There is a six year cap on course requirements. Students may not be permitted to graduate if courses are more than 6 years old.

 

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