Population Focused Nursing Practice Post-Baccalaureate Certificate
Post-baccalaureate graduate study in the Population Focused Nursing Practice certificate program provides nurses with the opportunity to explore areas in nursing that will expand their roles in health promotion, illness prevention and management of chronic illness states for diverse populations. This program requires completion of six specialty courses and is designed to meet the need of nurses addressing health care needs for diverse populations. Students admitted to the Certificate in Population Focused Nursing Practice program are not matriculated for a graduate degree, but may elect this option at any time during the program.
Baccalaureate degree from an accredited nursing program
Determinants of Population Health Nusing Perspectives
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