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Provides a metacognitive foundational approach to advanced nursing practice in the contemporary world. Explores worldview presuppositions, with an emphasis on a Christian perspective and the development of a consistent, conscious framework for making ethical choices.
Spring Arbor University's online BSN to Nurse Practitioner (NP) programs are CCNE accredited, equipping you with clinical expertise to prevent, assess, treat, and manage acute and chronic diseases.
As one of the top nurse practitioner programs in Michigan, students can choose from four in-demand tracks for advanced specialization to deliver quality care for various populations.
Please note, we offer an RN to MSN-NP degree program for registered nurses with an ADN or ASN.
Our online BSN to NP programs are uniquely designed, allowing you to:
- Enjoy a week off in between classes with our flexible 7-1-7 model (7-week courses, 1-week break)
- Grow professionally, personally, and spiritually through a curriculum rooted in an ethical, Christian perspective
- Graduate ready to sit for national licensure exams (ANCC or AANP) and be a part of inspiring outcomes—our graduates have a strong, 88% first-time pass rate (with second-time test takers passing at 100%)
Promotes examination, analysis, and synthesis of a variety of conceptual frameworks, models, and theories that provide a foundation for research and applied practice in nursing. Explores philosophical ideation, beliefs, scope, and assumptions of select theories and models.
This course focuses on understanding the professional role of the advanced professional nurse. The processes associated with role development, socialization, and effective collaboration with diverse interdisciplinary partnerships will be examined. Practical leadership roles will be identified and interpreted in a nursing practice context.
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (PNP) Degree: Develop the clinical knowledge and skills to provide high-quality primary care for patients ranging from newborns to adolescents