Prerequisite Statistics Courses
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|Core Curriculum (19 credit hours)|
|NU 801||Theoretical Foundations||2 credit hours|
|NU 802||Population Health||3 credit hours|
|NU 804||Informatics in Healthcare Settings||2 credit hours|
|NU 807||Clinical Scholarship Evidence-Based Practice||3 credit hours|
|NU 812||Innovations in Quality Care||2 credit hours|
|NU 820||Advanced Practice Pathophysiology||3 credit hours|
|NU 822||Advanced Practice Pharmacology||3 credit hours|
|NU 824||Advanced Health Assessment Differential Dx||4 credit hours, 105 clinical hours|
|Clinical Leadership (17 credit hours)|
|NU 609||Administrative Leadership for CNLs||3 credit hours|
|NU 612||Financial Management of Health Care||3 credit hours|
|NU 730||CNL Practicum I||3 credit hours, 150 clinical hours|
|NU 732||CNL Practicum II||4 credit hours, 225 clinical hours|
CNL Graduate Project
|2 credit hours, 75 clinical hours|
Clinical Practicum Hours at 5:1 ratio = 105 + 150+ 225 + 75 = 555 contact hours.
Clinical experiences will be across the lifespan. Students choose their clinical placements with the Program Director's approval. This allows students to find placements that are convenient and close to where they live.
All classes for the MSN-CNL program are offered online. The majority of classes are offered asynchronous in a self paced format that students can complete on their own and submitted by specific due dates. There are also a limited number of classes each semester that are synchronous. These classes meet at a specific time in a virtual format with all students participating live at that time. These “live” class times provide for communication and connection with faculty and peers, provide important information, build connections with your peers and provide time for student presentations.
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