Individual Across the Lifespan
It’s happening now. Healthcare has already shifted to elevate today’s top nurses to provide primary care. You can advance your skills to join that movement and earn an online Post-Master’s Certificate in Family (Individual Across the Lifespan) Nurse Practitioner. This certificate can help you emerge as a primary care provider equipped to assess, diagnose and treat families in your community.
Courses encompass essential clinical hours that help prepare you for national certification exams and Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner licensure. They also detail key business concepts involved in healthcare delivery, so you can offer better services and a higher level of care to patients in a variety of settings, which may include independent practice.
for your post-master’s
the AANP or
3 start dates
No GRE required
Our online FNP certificate is designed to meet high standards set by the National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculty (NONPF). The curriculum helps to build on your existing patient awareness and strengthen your care by teaching you advanced practice using the Consensus Model and the Synergy Model. Graduates emerge prepared to pursue FNP certification.
The focus of your online FNP certificate is to help you provide comprehensive, attentive care to family members in varied life stages. This spans infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, older adulthood and families maturing together. The curriculum builds upon each development stage, so from course to course, you can gain a holistic understanding of caring for entire families.
Note: Students are required to complete 700 precepted clinical hours and 50 lab hours.
Your online Post-Master’s Certificate in Family Nurse Practitioner blends flexible coursework with immersive practical experiences. These include extensive clinical experiences and two on-campus labs. It’s how we support your success, helping you enhance your knowledge and practical skills to prepare for national certification exams and Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner licensure.
|GPNG 527||Clinical Prevention and Population-Based Health Promotion||3 Credits|
|GPNG 528||Physical Assessment for Advanced Practice Nursing
Includes 25 hours on-campus residency and 50 precepted hours.
|GPNG 529||Pathophysiology for Advanced Practice Nursing||3 Credits|
|GPNG 530||Pharmacology for Advanced Practice Nursing||3 Credits|
|GNFN 508||Foundations of Family Care: Women
75 precepted clinical hours
|GNFN 509||Foundations of Family Care: Infants, Children & Adolescents
150 precepted clinical hours
|GNFN 510||Foundations of Family and Individual Care I
Includes 25 hours on‑campus residency and 200 precepted clinical hours
|GNFN 511||Foundations of Family and Individual Care II
225 precepted clinical hours
|GNFN 512||Transitioning to Advanced Practice Nursing||3 Credits|
Note: Curriculum is subject to change.