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Summary of Requirements: Graduate Program in Nursing 

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Required Courses (36 credits): 

NR 500 Comprehensive Health Assessment (4)
NR 520 Principles of Pathophysiology (4)
NR 540 Pharmacology in Health and Disease (4)
NR 560 Role Differentiation in Advanced Practice Nursing (2)
NR 580 Theoretical Foundations of Nursing (3)
NR 600 Research Praxis I (3)
NR 640 Advanced Practice Family Nursing I: Focus on Children, Adolescents, Young Adults (4)
NR 660 Advanced Practice Family Nursing II: Focus on Middlescence (4)
NR 680 Advanced Practice Family Nursing III: Focus on Elder Care (4)
NR 700 Integrated Advanced Practice Nursing (4)

Elective Courses (6 Credits): 

MA 226 Inferential Statistics (3)
NR 610 Research Praxis II (3)
NR 730 Power, Politics, and Policy (3)
NR 750 Financing Health Care Delivery Systems (3)
NR 770 Curriculum Design in Nursing (3)
NR 790 Measurement and Evaluation Procedures (3)

When selecting electives, students may choose to pursue one of three recommended “tracks”: Administration (NR 730, NR 750), Research (MA 226, NR 610), or Education (NR 770, NR 790). All students develop a guided research project and complete 750 hours of clinical practice with a final written project to satisfy degree requirements.