|NURU 603||Advanced Health Assessment Across the Lifespan and Cultures||
|NURU 605||Advanced Pathophysiology across the Lifespan||
|NURU 606||Advanced Pharmacotherapeutics Across the Lifespan||
|NURU 610||Synthesis of Advanced Practice Management, Role and EBP||
|NURU 641||Psychopharmacology Across the Lifespan||
|NURU 642||Management in Lifespan Psychiatric and Mental Health Care||
|NURU 643||Practicum in Psychotherapeutic Treatment Modalities (255 hours)||
|NURU 644||Complex and Chronic Problems in Psychiatric and Mental Health Care||
|NURU 645||Practicum for Complex and Chronic Problems in Psychiatric and Mental Health Care||
Post Doctoral Certificate, Psychiatric and Mental Health NP
The Post-Doctoral Certificate, Psychiatric and Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, gives an APRN with a Ph.D. or DNP the opportunity to add a specialty in Psychiatric and Mental Health.
- Expand your scope of practice, increase professional opportunities, and meet requirements for national certification in a new NP specialty.
- Explore emergency psychiatric services, psychosocial and physical assessments, treatment plans and managed patient care.
- Learn from online lectures, demonstrations and exercises as well as internships/clinical practice in hospitals, clinics and health centers near your home or work.
- Attend face-to-face and virtual immersion sessions.
- Complete your program in as little as 6 months.
- Become eligible for the American Nurse Credentialing Center (ANCC) certification examination after graduation.
It was a big sacrifice with two daughters in college and it takes persistence and patience. Brandman is very supportive of students. They push their students in the right direction and motivate them. It was a positive experience and coming from a family of nurses, that’s saying a lot.
...it was always my goal to become a Nurse Practitioner. I wanted to mentor other nurses who were new to the profession and share my experiences with them.
Applicants for this program must complete the formal application process with all required documents, which include:
- Completed application
- Three letters of recommendation
- Goal statement
- Self evaluation
- Current resume or CV
- Personal interview with Program Director
- Official transcripts from all regionally accredited institutions where post-baccalaureate coursework was completed or attempted
- National certification as an APRN or CNS (or eligible to take National Certification exam), if required by your State Board of Nursing to practice
- DNP or Ph.D. from a CCNE or NLNAC accredited program
- Unencumbered APRN license in your current specialty*
- Unencumbered RN license from the state where you plan to do your precepted clinical practicum hours*
- Priority application deadline: May 15, 2017
- Final completed application deadline: August 15, 2017
- Priority application deadline: October 30, 2017
- Final completed application deadline: December 1, 2017
* Unencumbered APRN license is not required of CNS or other APRN if license is not required by their state to practice, or if in the process of taking national certification exam in specialty.