UNC Greensboro doctor of nursing practice graduate Pam McCarthy

Post-BSN AGPCNP Concentration

WHY CHOOSE UNCG:

  • 100% AGPCNP certification pass rate in 2021 and 2022
  • A hybrid program (weekly on-campus sessions and online content)
  • Complete your DNP in 8 semesters
  • Affordable tuition and fees; scholarships available
  • State-of-the-art classroom and simulation spaces
  • Small classes taught by nationally recognized faculty
  • Clinical preceptor placement for students
  • 85% employed in primary care within 6 months of graduation

Applications are being accepted for Fall 2023.
 

The Post-BSN DNP AGPCNP graduate will be prepared to provide quality primary care and advanced clinical skills to optimize health outcomes for adults from adolescence to end of life. DNP AGPCNP graduates are prepared to practice in primary care offices and clinics, long-term care, wellness and health promotion services, and health systems. AGPCNP DNP graduates are also successfully serving in academic teaching roles and clinical leadership positions. The AGPCNP DNP graduate will be prepared for the Adult Gerontological Primary Care Nurse Practitioner national certification exam. Applications for Post-BSN AGPCNP will be accepted until the class is full for Fall (August).

NOTICE:

The U.S. Department of Education requires that all higher education institutions advise students as to whether their curriculum provides them with the eligibility to apply for a professional license and/or certification in the state for which they plan to practice.

As such, please review UNC Greensboro’s status by state for the Doctor of Nursing Practice program, post-baccalaureate adult-gerontological primary care nurse practitioner concentration. You should note whether the program either “meets”, “does not meet”, or if there “has not been a determination” of the program’s status in the state for which you plan to practice. You should contact the program’s support staff at lplewall@uncg.edu with any questions regarding this data.


Connect with Us

UNC Greensboro School of Nursing faculty member Tammy Hall

Autumn Henson, DNP, GNP-BC, WCC
AGPCNP Concentration Coordinator
Phone: 336-553-6057
Email: anhenson@uncg.edu

Akila S. Hardy-Cole, CNA
Administrative Support Specialist
Phone: 336-553-6055
Email: ashardyc@uncg.edu

Main Office
Union Square Center, Room 254Q
124 East Gate City Boulevard
Greensboro, NC 27406
Phone: 336-553-6055
Fax: 336-373-3999
Email: ashardyc@uncg.edu

Alternative Office
Nursing and Instructional Building, Room 364L


Plan of Study

NOTE: [Delivery Methods: Campus: All clinical courses are face-to-face at our Union Square Campus. Online: Some classes are asynchronous, and some classes are hybrid (online or in-person). All students will be required within the first week of classes to meet with their advisors to sign a finalized plan of study that will be filed in the student folder and updated as needed.]

Course SemesterCourse Title/(Delivery Method)/[Credits]Clinical Hours
Year 1
Semester I – Fall

  • NUR 824 – Theoretical Foundation for Practice [3 cr.]
  • NUR 708 – Pathophysiology for Advanced Practice Nursing [3 cr.]
  • NUR 713 – Advanced Health Assessment and Diagnostic Reasoning [3 cr.]
  • NUR 713L – Advanced Health Assessment and Diagnostic Reasoning Skills Lab [1 cr.]


Semester II – Spring

  • NUR 818 – Biostatistics and Epiodemiology Principles for Advanced Practice Nursing [3 cr.]
  • NUR 709 – Pharmacotherapeutics for Advanced Practice Nursing [3 cr.]
  • NUR 709S – Pharmacotherapeutics for Advanced Practice Nursing [1 cr.]
  • NUR 714 – Informatics in Healthcare [3 cr.]


Semester III – Summer

  • NUR 705 – Research and Evidence-Based Practice [3 cr.]
  • NUR 620 – Law, Policy, and Economics of Healthcare [3 cr.]

Year 2
Semester IV – Fall

  • NUR 810 – Health Promotion, Disease Prevention, and Population Health [3 cr.]
  • NUR 811 – Primary Care Management – Adult I [4 cr.]
  • NUR 811L – Practicum – Primary Care Management I

180 Hrs

Semester V – Spring

  • NUR 890 A – Developing the Scholarly Project [2 cr.]
  • NUR 812 – Primary Care Management – Adult II [4 cr.]
  • NUR 813L – Practicum – Primary Care Management [3 cr.]

180 Hrs

Semester VI – Summer

  • NUR 819 – Effective Leadership for Practice [3 cr.]
  • NUR 817 – Role Transition for Practice Advanced Nursing [2 cr.]

Year 3
Semester VII – Fall

  • NUR 890B – Implementing the Scholarly Project [2 cr.]
  • NUR 813 – Primary Care Management of the Older Adult and Frail Elder [4 cr.]
  • NUR 813L – Primary Care Management of the Older Adult and Frail Elder [3 cr.]

180 Hrs

Semester VIII – Spring

  • NUR 890C – Evaluation, Conclusion and Knowledge Dissemination [2 cr.]
  • NUR 816 – The Advanced Clinical Scholar: The Final Practicum [3 cr.]
  • NUR 816L – Clinical Synthesis Practicum [4 cr.]

240 Hrs


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