ELM-MSN: Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner (AGNP)
This specialty program prepares students to be nurse practitioners for patients across the adult years in a primary healthcare setting. Graduates are eligible to apply to the state of California Board of Registered Nursing for certification as a nurse practitioner and may apply for national AGPCNP certification through examination. This advanced clinical practice specialty includes direct patient assessment, diagnosis, management and treatment, client advocacy, client/family education, consultation, and program planning, implementation, evaluation, and research.
Contact the School of Nursing for specific program availability and locations. Prelicensure coursework must be completed prior to beginning Advanced Practice Nursing coursework.
|Academic Core Courses||10|
|GNRS 506||Spiritual Concept Analysis in Health Care||3|
|GNRS XXX Electives||7|
|Advanced Practice Core Courses||12|
|GNRS 512||Advanced Health Assessment and Health Promotion 1||4 (3/1)|
|GNRS 513||Advanced Nursing Practice Role||2|
|GNRS 515||Advanced Pathophysiology||3|
|GNRS 594||Pharmacology in Advanced Practice Nursing||3|
|Advanced Practice Specialty Courses||25|
|GNRS 581||Primary Health Care of the Older Adult||5 (2/3)|
|GNRS 589||Adolescent Health Care||2|
|GNRS 591||Primary Health Care of the Childbearing Family||4 (2/2)|
|GNRS 592A||Primary Health Care of the Adult and Aging Family||6 (3/3)|
|GNRS 593||Psychosocial Primary Health Care of the Adult and Aging Family||4 (2/2)|
|GNRS 592B||Primary Health Care Clinical Practicum||2 (0/2)|
|Specialization Option Courses: No Requirement|
|GNRS 597||Comprehensive Examination Directed Study||1|
Units in parentheses are classroom/clinical units.