College of Nursing and Allied Health


Nurse Practitioner Program
The Family Nurse Practitioner Track (FNP) is a traditional program designed to prepare registered nurses who have a Bachelor of Science in Nursing or a Master of Science in Nursing degree to work as Family Nurse Practitioners. The program integrates SP simulation for practice and assessments that cover a broad range of advance clinical scenarios. 

  • First Year
    • Advanced Health Assessment Course
  • Second Year
    • Primary Care of the Adult (NURP 608)
    • Primary Care of the Older Adult (NURP 609)
    • Primary Care Role Seminar and Practicum (NURP 610


Physician Assistant Program
The Physician Assistant Program promotes critical thinking, self-inquiry, active learning

and service within the context of responsible and ethical behavior. The faculty implements SP simulation to monitor the development and growth of students at various miles stones over the course of the program.

  • First Year
    • PHAS 030 - Physical Diagnosis I Lab
  • Second Year
    • PHAS 035 - Physical Diagnosis III Lecture/Lab