Psychiatric Mental Health Family Nurse Practitioner (2 yr full time)

Year 1: Fall Semester

Course

Title

Credits

NURS60101:

Theoretical Basis for Nursing Practice *V1

3

NURS60051:

Neurobiology and Psychopharmacology of Major Psychiatric Disorders Across the Lifespan *V1

4

NURS60012:

Advanced Mental Health Assessment and Psychopathology Across the Lifespan *V1

4

NURS60401:

Nursing Research Methods I *V1

2



Year 1: Spring Semester

Course

Title

Credits

NURS60151:

PMH APN I: Individual Psychotherapy Across the Lifespan

3

NURS61592:

PMH APN I Practicum (Focus on individual therapy) (210 hours: 105 Child/Adolescent and 105 Adult/Geriatric) *C

2

NURS60045:

Pathophysiology for Advanced Practice Nurses *V1

3

NURS60402:

Nursing Research Methods II *V1

3



Year 1: Summer Semester

Course

Title

Credits

NURS62592:

PMH APN II Practicum (focus on individual therapy or prescribing) (105 hours Child/Adolescent or Adult/Geriatric) *C

1



Year 2: Fall Semester

Course

Title

Credits

NURS60007:

Advanced Assessment Across the Lifespan *V1

2

NURS60013:

Advanced Health and Physical Assessment Across the Lifespan Lab for Family APN

2

NURS60251:

PMH APN II: Family and Group Psychotherapy Across the Lifespan

3

NURS63592:

PMH APN III Practicum (Focus on family/group therapy) (105 hours Child/Adolescent or Adult/Geriatric) *C

1

NURS60441:

Pharmacology for Advanced Practice Nursing *V3

3

NURS60450:

Ethical and Cultural Issues for Health Professionals *V3

2



Year 2: Spring Semester

Course

Title

Credits

NURS60353:

PMH APN III: Organization and Community Assessment and Consultation *V1

3

NURS60355:

Primary Health Care Concepts for the PMH APN *V1

3

NURS60452:

PMH Family Role

2

NURS64592:

PMH Family Role Practicum (210 hours Child/Adolescent and/or Adult/Geriatric) (2 hours class time for supervision and professional issues) *C

2

NURS60451:

Health Policy and Delivery Systems for Health Care Professionals *V3

2




C = Clinical course
V= Web-based course
V1-100% Online
- These courses are offered on the Web. Fully online, requiring no face to face class meetings or online live sections. May require a proctored test.
V2-100% Online - Set Meeting Times-These courses are offered on the Web and will REQUIRE one or more web-based scheduled class meeting times. May require an on campus or proctored test.
V3-Partially Online - These online courses (at least 50% web-based) REQUIRE one or more face to face class meetings at a Kent State University campus or other off campus location. Please check the schedule of classes and the course syllabus for information about the date(s), times(s), and location of class meetings. Meeting times may be required or negotiated with the course instructor.

Students are expected to register for courses as listed in their program plan. Changes to the program plan must be discussed in advance and approved in writing by the Program Director prior to registration. Program plans are subject to change, consistent with national standards. Your submission of this document confirms you are aware of such changes.