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Professional Transitions Sequence

Have an RN license and a bachelor’s or master’s degree in a non-nursing field?

The transitions sequence is for an individual who holds an associate’s degree or a diploma in nursing and either a bachelor’s or master’s degree in a non-nursing field of study.  You may apply for the nursing professional transitions sequence for entry into the Master of Science with a Major in Family Nurse Practitioner.

Professional Transitions Sequence Requirements

  1. An individual who holds an associate’s degree or a diploma in nursing and either a bachelor’s or master’s degree in a non-nursing field of study may apply for the nursing professional transitions sequence for entry into the Master of Science with a Major in Family Nurse Practitioner
  2. Here are specific admission requirements for the FNP concentration,

Core Courses

Nursing Professional Transitions Sequence is composed of two online courses:

NURS 5100 - Professional Transitions I
NURS 5200 - Professional Transitions II

Each course is five credit hours (four credit hours of didactic instruction, one hour of clinical instruction). Courses must be taken sequentially beginning fall semester of each year, and students must successfully complete courses (receive a grade of B or better) prior to beginning any additional courses in the FNP program. In accordance with departmental policy, students may repeat a course in which they have been unsuccessful one time.

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