All advanced role courses have parallel experiences in didactic and clinical practicum. Differential learning experiences between specialty practices such as pediatric, adult-gerontology, and psychiatric mental health nurse practitioners and nursing administrators and nurse executives are focused on the clinical requirements for each specialty track such as children, older adults or administration. Supervised clinical hours, as well as didactic classes in specialty curricula are arranged in a prescribed curricular sequence so that upon completion of the program requirements, the eligibility requirements to sit for national certification through the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioners Certification, the American Academy of Critical Care Nurses, American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Board, Pediatric Nursing Certification Board (PNCB) are satisfied. These requirements and expectations are detailed by specialty track advisors and discussed with students during advisory sessions.
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