MSN- Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
King University Online
Full time, Part time
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The CCNE-accredited, online MSN - Pediatric Nurse Practitioner program from King University prepares you to advance your nursing career as a primary care provider for children from birth through adolescence. It is offered in a flexible format designed for nurses with busy schedules. This program allows you to maintain current work commitments as you earn a valuable credential for continued success as a nurse leader. Coursework can be completed in just 16 months.
The MSN - PNP curriculum combines 600 clinical hours with specialized courses in health promotion, pediatric growth and development, acute and chronic disease management, and more. Courses are delivered in a cohort model so you can collaborate with your peers as you learn from our expert nursing faculty. Service-learning projects are built into the program, with opportunities available for mission work in other countries. Students in King's MSN - PNP program learn to care for children, women, and families using a holistic approach to health and wellness.
Graduates have the education and clinical hours required to become Pediatric Nurse Practitioners in primary care settings. Upon program completion, students are eligible to sit for the Pediatric Nursing Certification Board exam to become certified PNPs.