To meet the academic objectives of the MN-ANP program, students are required to complete eight or nine (depending on the chosen field) total courses and a research practicum, which serves as the Milestone for the degree.
For more information about the courses listed below please view the course descriptions page.
Students taking courses (N9615, N9664, N9693) that involve research/practicum at off-campus sites should be aware that they may be required to complete site-specific requirements prior to beginning their practicum. These requirements may include proof of immunization, police record check with vulnerable sector screening, mask fit testing, orientation, etc. Students will work with the School of Nursing’s Placement Coordinator, Requirements & Information to ensure that all requirements are met prior to beginning the practicum.
Course schedules for the part-time option are established on a case-by-case basis and are coordinated through the Graduate Programs Assistant.