Post Master’s Certificate Program
The Postmasters Certificate Program allows nurses who have a Master’s degree in nursing from an NLN/CCNE accredited program to pursue further post graduate study in APRN (Advanced Practice Nursing) in Adult Gerontology, family, family psychiatric/mental health, forensic and non-clinical areas in Education and Nursing Information Systems.
Post Master’s Certificate Programs
Individuals holding an MSN degree may earn a Post-Master’s Certificate in the following:
Upon completion of the Adult Gerontology NP, Family NP and Family Psychiatric/Mental Health NP programs, the graduate is eligible for the Advanced Practice Nurse Certification Examination.
Doctor of Nursing Practice Program
Bridge to the DNP
The Henry P. Becton School of Nursing and Allied Health offers a bridge program to the DNP for nurses who have a Master’s degree in field other than nursing who would like to pursue the DNP degree.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing from a CCNE/NLN accredited program; current licensure as a registered nurse; Master’s degree in a field other than nursing.
The bridge program consists of 3 courses (9 credits)
Upon successful completion of the above courses the student is automatically admitted to the indirect track of the DNP Program