Marymount works with you to offer a high-quality placement experience that meets the University’s clinical requirements and prepares you for success in your future practice.
This final course in the FNP curriculum focuses on complex management of the family. It appraises the theoretical, role development, and skill foundation requisite for the primary care of individuals and families. Focus is on the application of evidence-informed concepts essential to the delivery of quality-driven advanced-practice care. Role preparation of the primary care family nurse practitioner is expanded with attention to the components of comprehensive assessment, clinical management and therapeutic monitoring, and the coordination and management of health promotion and health care. The clinical learning environment provides essential experiential opportunities for the development and refinement of core family nurse practitioner competencies. 275 clinical hours. (6 credits)
Provides an overview of global and national population health with a focus on the determinants of health, health disparities, and population-oriented prevention. Using an epidemiological approach, students will examine the burden of disease within ethical, social, cultural, political, economic, and environmental contexts. (3 credits)
Prepares students to demonstrate clinical, organizational, and systems-level leadership through study and design of innovative models of care delivery. It emphasizes the application of continuous quality management (CQM) principles and business process improvement (BPI) strategies in model development. Attendant course content focuses on developing skills in organizational and policy arenas, applying principles of practice management, balancing productivity with quality of care, and encouraging a culture that emphasizes practice excellence. (3 credits)
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Analyze and demonstrate evidenced-based leadership skills as core competencies in nursing to improve quality in patient care and strengthen nursing as a profession. Emphasis is on the theories of professional leadership, personal leadership, skill building, quality improvement, ethical values, moral agency, and change. (3 credits)
U.S. News & World Report recognizes the nurse practitioner role in their Best Jobs rankings as #7 in the nation, #5 in health care, and #7 in STEM.
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Clinical placement requirements are unique for each state. Please see our list of authorized states for the online Master of Science in Nursing - Family Nurse Practitioner (MSN-FNP) and online Doctor of Nursing Practice - Family Nurse Practitioner (DNP-FNP) programs or contact us to determine whether our programs fulfill your state requirements.
Telehealth nurse practitioner jobs and nurse practitioner degrees are in high demand and will contribute to the transition from traditional in-person care to virtual care.
A Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) and a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) are both advanced nursing degrees. In contrast to an MSN, a DNP is a terminal degree, the highest level of education in nursing practice.
You’re a nurse, so you already know how meaningful it is to deliver compassionate, quality care to your patients. If you could continue to care for patients on a more personal level, work autonomously and make more money, would you be interested?
To proceed with either the BSN to MSN FNP or the BSN to DNP FNP, you are required to have a bachelor’s degree and hold your RN license.
If you don’t meet these requirements but would still like further information, please contact us.
To proceed with the EdD in Educational Leadership and Organizational Leadership, you are required to have a master’s degree.
If you don’t meet this requirement but would still like further information, please contact us.