Program Details

The Acute/Chronic Care Pediatric (ACPNP) program prepares experienced pediatric nurses for roles as advanced practice nurses
Location:
Chicago, United States
Program Type:
Full Degree
Degree Level:
Undergraduate Certificate
Specialty:
Nursing

Program Overview

Program Description:

The Acute/Chronic Care Pediatric (ACPNP) program prepares experienced pediatric nurses for roles as advanced practice nurses in the subspecialty care of infants and children with complex acute/chronic conditions.

The  Adult/Gerontological Nurse Practitioner (ANP/GNP) program dually prepares graduates to function as nurse practitioners with both adult and older adult populations.

The Gerontological NP (GNP) works with healthy and frail older adults providing direct patient care in a variety of settings.

The Neonatal NP (NNP) program prepares experienced neonatal nurses for advanced practice roles caring for high-risk infants from birth through the first year of life.

The Psychiatric - Mental Health NP (PMHNP) develops knowledge and skills in the behavioral and biological disciplines and applies their learning to the treatment of psychiatric disorders within individuals, families and groups.

All NP program options may be completed as Post-Master’s Certificates.

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