Office of the Registrar
School of Graduate Studies (2014/2015)
21.6 Courses

A selection of the following graduate courses will be offered to meet the requirements of candidates as far as the resources of the School of Nursing will allow.

  • 6010 Research in Nursing I: Quantitative Methods (4 credit hours)
  • 6011 Philosophical and Theoretical Foundations of Nursing
  • 6020 Program Development in Nursing (Pre or co-requisite: 6011)
  • 6031 Education in Nursing
  • 6100 Research in Nursing: Qualitative Methods (pre or co-requisite: 6011)
  • 6221 Population-Based Nursing (equivalent to 6220 and 6230)
  • 6240 Nursing Individuals and Families Through Life Transitions (pre or co-requisite: 601l)(equivalent to 6200 and 6210)
  • 6250 Foundations for Advanced Nursing Practice (This course is a prerequisite for all other courses for students in the practicum option though may be taken as a co-requisite in the first term of the program)
  • 6251 Writing Skills for Nurse Practitioners (1 credit hour) (This course is a prerequisite for all other courses for students in the MN-NP option though may be taken as a co-requisite in the first term of the program)
  • 6310-6350 Special Topics in Nursing
  • 6501-10 Individual Readings and Research in Special Areas
  • 6660 MN Practicum I (prerequisites: All required courses including 6020 or 6031)
  • 6661 MN Practicum II (prerequisites: All required courses Including 6660 MN Practicum I)
  • 6701 Advanced Practice Issues and Role Development (2 credit hours)
  • 6703 Advanced Health Assessment and Clinical Practicum I (4 credit hours)
  • 6704 Applied Pathophysiology and Clinical Practicum II (4 credit hours)
  • 6705 Pharmacotherapy and Therapeutics
  • 6800 Adult Advanced Clinical Decision Making (4 credit hours)
  • 6802 Family/All Ages Clinical Decision Making (4 credit hours)
  • One of: 6803 to 6809 Nursing Specialty Option Courses (4 credit hours)
  • 690X Advanced Clinical Practicum II (The integrated practice component will normally consist of a minimum of 400 hours of preceptored specialty clinical practice and biweekly seminars) (12 credit hours)