Choose your APRN Path
Do you want to treat all children or infants only (children under two years old)?
Do you want to work in an Emergency department in a hospital, or in a primary care practice.
The Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Program is probably the right track for you.
This program prepares nurses as primary, acute care, and critical care providers for neonates and infants up to the age of two. If you want to work with newborns and infants, in any environment, this is the right path for you.Explore the Neonatal NP Program
The Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Program is probably the right track for you.
The pediatric nurse practitioner specialty in acute care (PAC) prepares nurses for advanced nursing practice roles in caring for acutely, critically, and chronically ill children in a variety of health care settings.
The Adult Gero Program would be the best option.
The Nurse Midwifery program is probably the right track for you.
Ranked No. 9 in the nation by US News & World Report, our nurse-midwifery specialty provides nurses with practitioner skills in antepartum, intrapartum, postpartum, family planning, and selected aspects of well-women’s health care.Explore the Nurse Midwifery Program
The Adult-Gero Acute Care program is probably the right track for you.
This program prepares nurses to provide advanced practice in acute care settings through a program of study focused on the care of acutely ill patients and complex chronically ill patients and their families.Explore the Adult-Gero Acute Care Program
The Emergency NP program is probably the right track for you.
Thisprepares nurses to provide health care to patients across the lifespan in emergency and primary care settings. Program content is built on family nurse practitioner preparation but also prepares graduates to manage the care of patients presenting to emergency settings with acute, life-threatening health care needs.Explore the Emergency NP Program
The Family NP program is probably the right track for you.
Ranked No. 11 in the nation by US News and World Report, our Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) specialty prepares graduates to assess and manage a broad range of health needs of individuals and families across the life span.Explore the Family NP Program