Fall 2018


NGR 6212L 


Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner III Clinical

This clinical course immerses the MSN, Professional Certificate, and DNP Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner student in the critical and intensive care setting. Students learn principles of critical care management working with a physician or nurse practitioner preceptor in the delivery of critical care in a hospital within the Central Florida region. Goals of the clinical rotation include understanding of the role of the AGACNP in critical care admission, care planning, transitions of care, and discharge from the critical care setting into lower acuity environments.

Hospitals and Clinical Facilities Throughout Central Florida





NGR 6212

Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner III

This is one of three courses that provide the student with in-depth knowledge of advanced nursing practice management of acutely and critically ill young, middle, and older adults from diverse populations. Emphasis is on the utilization of relevant theories, critical thinking, and evidence-based knowledge to formulate differential diagnoses, diagnoses, treatment plans, and optimal outcome parameters for physiologically unstable adults who have complex acute and critical health problems, are technologically dependent, and are at high risk for developing complications.  The focus of this course is complex endocrine, neurologic, gastrointestinal and commonly occurring health care problems in acutely and critically ill young, middle and older adults.    




NGR 7911C

Doctor of Nursing Practice Project

Students enrolled in the last remaining semesters of the Doctor of Nursing Practice Program complete an original scholarly-based clinical project and immersion in clinical practice designed to improve clinical outcomes of patients.



NGR 7919

Doctoral Research

Doctoral students (Ph.D. or DNP) complete a directed research project with a Faculty mentor.

Independent Study