Due to recent interest from graduate-prepared nurse practitioners for additional training in family nursing across the lifespan, the University at Buffalo is pleased to announce the reopening of our Family Nurse Practitioner Advanced Certificate program.
The Family Nurse Practitioner Advanced Certificate is intended for licensed nurse practitioners in another specialty who want to add to or switch their specialty area to family nursing. The program is a hybrid program that is designed to be part time.
The following courses must be taken prior to admission:
The following course may be taken concurrently with FNP Certificate coursework:
The School of Nursing Admissions Office will evaluate all transcripts prior to enrollment.
Before you can apply, you must have:
To apply, you must submit:
|NPM 553||Primary Care of Individuals & Families Experiencing Addictions||3|
|NPM 569||Neurobiological Basis of Addictions||3|
|NFN 559||The Family, Theoretical Foundations and Perspectives||3|
|NFN 560+||Care of the Young Family||7|
|NFN 561+||Care of the Mature Family||7|
|NFN 564+||Care of the Complex Family||7|
|NFN 610||Family Advanced Clinical Practicum ||6|
|NFN 611||Clinical Practicum Seminar ||1 |
Total Credits: 28-37*
*A maximum number of 37 credit hours are required to complete the Family Nurse Practitioner Advanced Certificate. However, specific courses may be waived if the individual’s previous training specifically indicates on the academic transcripts that the required course or its equivalent has already been taken within the last 10 years. All students in this program must complete at least 28 credit hours and 600 unique clinical hours in this specialty area, all of which must be taken at the University at Buffalo.
+These courses require one day on campus each week for didactic lecture.