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Family Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Certificate

Family Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Certificate

Post-Graduate

Important Notice

The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing is sunsetting the Family Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Certificate track and is no longer accepting applications. Please consider the DNP Family Primary Care Nurse Practitioner program.

Finish Quickly

Students begin in September of each year and can complete this program in as little as four semesters, plus one summer of part-time study. Students begin with either the Adult or Pediatric focus.

Get Certified

Graduates are eligible to apply for certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner in Primary Care with the American Nurses Credentialing Center or the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.
 

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Important Notice

The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing is sunsetting the Family Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Certificate track and is no longer accepting applications. Please consider the DNP Family Primary Care Nurse Practitioner program.

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Requirements

Admission Criteria

  • Master of Science in Nursing from an accredited college/university
  • Official Transcripts (from all post-secondary schools)
  • GPA of at least a 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
  • Written Goal Statement
  • Two letters of recommendation
  • Current Resume/Curriculum Vitae
  • Demonstrated commitment to nursing practice and scholarly pursuit
  • Personal interview may be requested
  • Maryland State Nursing Licensure
  • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) if English is not your first language

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Prerequisites

The following courses are not required if comparable course has been completed within the past 5 years.

  • NR 110.502 Physiology/Pathophysiology
  • NR 110.508 Clinical Pharmacology
  • NR.110.589 Human and Family Development through the Lifespan
 
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Curriculum

Specialty Courses

NR 110.536 Health Assessment and Measurement: Adult/Geriatric
NR 110.537 Health Assessment and Measurement: Pediatrics
NR 110.547 Diagnoses, Symptom and Illness Management I - Adult
NR 110.548 Diagnoses, Symptom and Illness Management I - Pediatrics
NR 110.549 Advanced Health Assessment and Measurement*
NR 110.551 Advanced Practice in Primary Care I - Adult*
NR 110.552 Advanced Practice in Primary Care I - Pediatrics*
NR 110.557 Diagnoses, Symptom and Illness Management II - Adult
NR 110.558 Diagnoses, Symptom and Illness Management II - Pediatrics
NR 110.569 Advanced Practice in Women’s Health*
NR 110.583 Family as a Unit – Clinical Integration

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Academic Manual

Important policies, procedures, and resources for ease of reference.

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Tuition & Other Costs

Billed Expenses

(September 2014 - May 2015)

Per credit cost: $1,451
Matriculation fee: N/A
Health Insurance: N/A1
Health Fee: N/A

Estimated Other Expenses

Room and Board: N/A
Books/Supplies: N/A
Personal Expenses: N/A
Travel Expenses: N/A

1Health insurance waiver required


Billed expenses are subject to change without prior notice. Changes to a student’s program or course load may result in additional tuition charges and fees. 

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