The role of nurse practitioner specializing in Advanced Women's Health Nursing is offered at the University of South Alabama College of Nursing. The MSN program prepares graduates for advanced nursing practice and for future doctoral study. Graduates of the program are able to synthesize and apply advanced knowledge, theories, and research to a specialized area of nursing practice and function as leaders in practice to contribute to the advancement of the nursing profession.
A common core of courses are offered online including concepts, theory, research, and issues related to advanced nursing practice.
The Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner Track classes are available only online. However, there is a mandatory three (3) day orientation held during the fall semester of the first practicum course. This orientation is scheduled for Monday, August 11, 2014 through Wednesday, August 13, 2014. Attendance is required and will allow for questions and interaction with course faculty. Various clinical skills workshops will be held during the orientation.
For more information, contact Gail Soles, Graduate Advisor by email at email@example.com or by phone at 251-445-9410 or Dr. Leigh Anne Minchew, WHNP Track Coordinator by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone, 251-445-9488.
Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner Curriculum
• Post BSN Track (MSN)
• RN to MSN for Associate/diploma RN’s
• RN to MSN for associate/diploma RN’s with a BS/BA degree in a non-nursing discipline
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For information about setting up your graduate degree program contact the CON Office of Graduate studies: email@example.com
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The BSN, MSN, and DNP programs at the University of South Alabama College of Nursing are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education,
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