The UND College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines' Post-Master's Certificate - Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) Track prepares you for advanced practice in family primary care nursing. As an FNP, you will have advanced diagnostic reasoning and clinical problem-solving skills.
Through online courses, on-campus visits, and a clinical preceptorship, you will learn to:
incorporate theory, research, and experiential knowledge into advanced nursing practice.
demonstrate competence in advanced nursing practice consistent with applicable professional standards.
practice in the development of nursing science through evidence-based practice, research, and theory.
integrate relationships between social, cultural, political, and economic issues and health care delivery.
As a graduate of the distance program, you will be able to:
manage client health/illness status.
implement a therapeutic nurse-client relationship.
teach and coach health maintenance.
function as an advanced practice nurse.
manage within complex health care delivery systems.
monitor and ensure quality of health care practice.