Nurses with a B.S.N. can use the resources from two outstanding schools of nursing — AUM and Auburn University — to gain advanced education in nursing and follow such careers as nurse educator and nurse practitioner.
The College of Nursing and Health Sciences prepares diverse healthcare professionals who are collaborative providers and leaders in the delivery of high quality, accessible, culturally-competent and compassionate care.
Primary Care Nurse Practitioner (PCNP) The Primary Care Nurse Practitioner (PCNP) program prepares graduates who are ready to lead in the advanced practice nurse roles in health related service to diverse populations. The focus of the PCNP is the management of common acute and chronic health care problems across lifespan in a variety of primary care settings. The PCNP provides care to people across the lifespan that specializes in health promotion and disease prevention. Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Program of Study
Nurse Educator (NE) The Nurse Educator program prepares graduates who are ready to lead in educator roles in health-related services to diverse populations. The focus of the nurse educator is to provide patient centered, culturally competent, evidence-based education to patients, families, staff, and nursing students. Nurse Educator Program of Study
Dual Option – PCNP/NE The opportunity for students to seek a dual concentration in PCNP and NE is available. Health Systems Leader The Health Systems Leader program prepares graduates who are ready to act in leadership roles of organizations and systems to improve health outcomes for diverse populations. The health system leader has developed clinical and leadership skills to bring evidence-based practice to the bedside while creating a culture of safety for quality care. Health Systems Leader Program of Study
The Nursing Informatics program prepares graduates who are ready to lead in the informatics role in health-related services to diverse populations. The focus of the nurse informatics graduate is to use information technology and evidence-based practices to improve culturally component patient centered care and outcomes. Nurse Informatics Program of Study
MSN Application for Admission
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