Seton Hall University College of Nursing now offers a combined Adult/Gerontology Nurse Practitioner program, which is designed to prepare nurses for the specific demands of working with the adults and the aged. Graduates of the A.G.N.P. M.S.N. track complete a minimum of 600 supervised clinical practice hours and are eligible to sit for national certification in Primary Care or Acute Care through either the American Nurses Credentialing Center or the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Certification Program.
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Designed to prepare nurses to become pediatric nurse practitioners in primary or acute care. This 42-44 credit four-semester program develops students' skills in making independent clinical judgments, forming collaborative clinical relationships, providing advocacy for clients and evaluating quality of care.
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M.S.N., Health Systems Administration with Case Management (Online)
The graduate program in case management and health systems administration provides an integrated approach that promotes effective, collaborative utilization of clinical resources. (Admissions suspended for Spring 2020)
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The professional role of nurses are explored in various health settings and community health nursing perspectives are the focal points of this program. After completion of the program course pre-requisites and the two “bridge” courses (11 credits), students can continue seamlessly into the M.S.N. degree tracks giving these RNs a unique opportunity to advance their careers as nurse practitioners or nurse administrators. Learn more about the R.N. to M.S.N. Degree Bridge »