School of Nursing

Master's Program

Master of Science in Nursing Degree Program

The School of Nursing offers a graduate program of study leading to a Master of Science. Students may choose one of several concentrations. The adult nurse practitioner/gerontological nurse practitioner concentration requires 50 hours for completion.

** this concentration will be offered for the last time beginning Fall 2014.

Adult Gerontological Nurse Practitioner Concentration - 50 semester hours for degree

Course Number - Course TitleType of CourseCredit Hours
Semester I - Fall
  • NUR 550 - Pathophysiology for Advanced Nursing
  • NUR 610 - Theoretical Foundations of advanced Nursing Practice
  • NUR 620 - Law, Policy, and Economics of Healthcare
  • Support
  • Core
  • Core
  • 3:3:0
  • 3:3:0
  • 3:3:0
  • Semester II - Spring
  • NUR 681 - Advance Health Assessment
  • NUR 682 - Health Promotion/Disease Prevention for Healthy Aging
  • NUR 602 - Research Methods in Nursing
  • Specialty
  • Specialty
  • Support
  • 4:3:3
  • 3:2:3
  • 3:3:0
  • Semester III - Fall
  • NUR 683 - Adult/Gerontology Primary Care Management I
  • NUR 684 - Pharmacotherapeutics for Nurse Practitioners
  • NUR 685 - Advanced Practice Nursing: Role, Theory, Practice
  • Specialty
  • Support
  • Support
  • 6:3:9
  • 3:3:0
  • 3:3:0
  • Semester IV - Spring
  • NUR 686 - Adult/Gerontology Primary Care Management III
  • NUR 687 - Adult/Gerontology Primary Care Management II
  • Specialty
  • Specialty
  • 6:3:9
  • 5:3:6
  • Semester V - Fall
  • NUR 688 - Advanced Concepts in the Management of older Adults
  • NUR 689 - Primary Care of the Adult Practicum
  • Specialty
  • Specialty
  • 4:0:12
  • 4:1:9
  • (4:1:12) = 4 credit hours : 1 lecture hour: 12 lab hours per week
     

    Contact Info

    For more information: Eileen Kohlenberg

    Eileen Kohlenberg, Associate Dean and Director of Graduate Study

    Phone: 336-334-5261 or 336-334-5262
    Email: eileen_kohlenberg@uncg.edu