About this course
The program is individualized to meet the needs and professional goals of each student. The curriculum has been developed to accommodate part-time study (8 or fewer credit hours), as well as full-time study (9-12 credit hours). Curriculum must be followed in the sequenced format. The purpose of the graduate program is to prepare nurses for advanced roles in indirect and direct care, e.g., administrators and educators.
- An approved graduate level statistics course taken within the last six years;
- A nursing master’s degree from an accredited School, with a GPA of 3.25 or higher in all master’s work;
- Individual/Family focus applicants are required to:
- Present proof of APRN licensure in Kansas;
- Present proof of, or eligibility for, national certification as a nurse practitioner or clinical nurse specialist;