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Nurse Practitioner M.S.N.-A.P.R.N.

Attention Applicants

A NursingCAS application is required to be considered for admission to NSU. Please follow the steps below.

Step 1:

Apply to NursingCAS

Step 2:

Apply to NSU

Gain independence by completing the clinical degree of Nurse Practitioner M.S.N.-Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN), Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) , Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (AGACNP), or Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) concentration. After only eight semesters of study, your master's degree in nursing will open doors to improve the health and well-being for all members of a community. The demand for employment is high and the needs are great to access better health care. Postgraduate certificates are available for each concentration.

What you’ll study.
Integrate practice and theory as you explore the concepts of policy, data analysis, and the advanced nursing role. The A.P.R.N. Family Nurse Practitioner studies advanced pharmacology and several primary care courses that address women, pediatrics, and an integration practicum. The A.P.R.N. Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Curriculum focuses on courses that prepare nurses to provide restorative care for rapidly changing clinical conditions (NONPF, 2011). Directed clinical practice begins after the completion of three semesters. 

How you’ll learn more.
Blending both online and clinical experiences, you will work with experienced nurse practitioners who bring case studies to life. You will practice directly within a specific population in your community, with an assigned faculty adviser that will assist with individualized program advisement. You will be well prepared for certification.

Where it can take you.
Nurse practitioners are highly respected professionals who represent the future of nursing. You will be prepared for national certification in the selected specialization, and you may continue your education to the doctoral level. Your skills and evidence-based perspective will enable you to lead other health care professionals and to effect real change within health care.

Admission to the M.S.N.- A.P.R.N. program requires the following:

  • Overall GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale in the candidate’s B.S.N. and 12 months of active independent clinical practice (not including position residencies or facility operations) OR Overall GPA of 2.75 on a 4.0 scale in the candidate’s B.S.N. and 24 months of active independent clinical practice (not including position residencies or facility operations)
    • For those with a BS or BA in a field other than nursing an overall GPA of 3.0 is required and satisfactory completion of NSG 5000B, Transition to Advanced Nursing Practice, prior to beginning the MSN program. NSG 5000B course is only offered in the fall term.
  • Completion of a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) or a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree from a regionally accredited college or university, and the nursing degree must be accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) formerly National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission, (NLNAC) or by the commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) accreditation.
  • Current active state of Florida professional nursing (R.N.) licensure. Licensure must remain current in the jurisdiction of the practicum throughout the program.
  • A curriculum vitae
  • Living within 150 miles from the program campus.
  • For applicants interested in AGACNP current Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) certificate is required.

The Ron and Kathy Assaf College of Nursing participates in the centralized applications service called NursingCAS. NursingCAS is used for document verification but does not take part in the student selection.

  • Request all official transcripts from all previously attended institutions to be sent directly to NursingCAS.

NursingCAS
P.O. Box 9201 
Watertown, Massachusetts, 02471

Coursework taken at foreign institutions must be evaluated for U.S. institutional equivalence by an approved National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) organization such as one of the services listed below.

World Education Services
www.wes.org

Josef Silny and Associates
www.silny.com

Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc.
www.ece.org

It is the applicant's responsibility to have this coursework evaluated. An official course-by-course evaluation with a cumulative grade point average must be sent directly from the evaluation service.

  • Submit additional supplemental items (R.N. license & CV) directly to NursingCAS.

  • Once the NursingCAS application is completed, an applicant needs to complete the supplemental NSU Application online.

  • Once all applications and documents have been received the application will be processed and reviewed.

The deadline to complete and submit the NursingCAS and supplemental NSU applications for Fall admission will be August 1 and for Winter admission the deadline is December 9. The Office of Admissions works on a rolling basis. Applications are accepted year-round.

Students entering the program without a B.S.N. (Bridge)

COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE COURSE CREDITS
*NSG 5000B Transition to Advanced Nursing Practice 6

*For those with a BS or BA in a field other than nursing, an overall GPA of 3.0 is required and satisfactory completion of NSG 5000B, Transition to Advanced Nursing Practice, prior to beginning the M.S.N. program. NSG 5000B course is only offered in the fall term.

Students entering the program with a B.S.N.

SEMESTER COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE COURSE CREDITS
I NSG 5000 Advanced Nurse Roles 3
I NSG 5101 Theory and Research 3
II NSG 5111 Evidence and Practice 3
II NSG 5130 Health Care Policy and Leadership 3
III NSG 5220 Health Promotion & Disease Prevention 3
III NSG 5531 Advanced Pathophysiology 3
IV NSG 5510 Advanced Pharmacology 3
IV NSG 5502 Advanced Health Assessment 3
V ***NSG 5620 Adult Gero Acute Care I 6
V NSG 5571 Behavioral Health 3
VI ***NSG 5630 Adult Gero Acute Care II 6
VII ***NSG 5650 Adult Gero Acute Care III 6
VIII ***NSG 5660 Adult Gero Acute Care Integration Practicum 6
TOTAL CREDITS 51

***Requires 130 Practicum Hours

To review course descriptions please view the HPD Catalog.

Students entering the program without a B.S.N. (Bridge)

COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE COURSE CREDITS
*NSG 5000B Transition to Advanced Nursing Practice 6

*For those with a BS or BA in a field other than nursing, an overall GPA of 3.0 is required and satisfactory completion of NSG 5000B, Transition to Advanced Nursing Practice, prior to beginning the M.S.N. program. NSG 5000B course is only offered in the fall term.

Students entering the program with a B.S.N.

SEMESTER COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE COURSE CREDITS
I NSG 5000 Advanced Nurse Roles 3
I NSG 5101 Theory and Research 3
II NSG 5111 Evidence and Practice 3
II NSG 5130 Health Care Policy and Leadership 3
III NSG 5220 Health Promotion & Disease Prevention 3
III NSG 5531 Advanced Pathophysiology 3
IV NSG 5510 Advanced Pharmacology 3
IV NSG 5502 Advanced Health Assessment

3

V ***NSG 5542 Primary Care Adult I 6
V NSG 5571 Behavioral Health 3
VI ***NSG 5550 Primary Care Adult II 6
VII **NSG 5580 Primary Care Pediatrics 3
VII **NSG 5560 Primary Care Women 3
VIII ***NSG 5590 Primary Care Integration Practicum 6
TOTAL CREDITS 51

**Requires 65 Practicum Hours
***Requires 130 Practicum Hours

To review course descriptions please view the HPD Catalog.

Students entering the program without a B.S.N. (Bridge)

COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE COURSE CREDITS
*NSG 5000B Transition to Advanced Nursing Practice 6

*For those with a BS or BA in a field other than nursing, an overall GPA of 3.0 is required and satisfactory completion of NSG 5000B, Transition to Advanced Nursing Practice, prior to beginning the M.S.N. program. NSG 5000B course is only offered in the fall term.

Students entering the program with a B.S.N.

SEMESTER COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE COURSE CREDITS
I NSG 5000 Advanced Nurse Roles 3
I NSG 5101 Theory and Research 3
II NSG 5111 Evidence and Practice 3
II NSG 5130 Health Care Policy and Leadership 3
III NSG 5220 Health Promotion and Disease Prevention 3
III NSG 5531 Advanced Pathophysiology 3
IV NSG 5532 Neurobiology Psychopharmacology 3
IV NSG 5510 Advanced Pharmacology 3
IV NSG 5502 Advanced Health Assessment 3
V ***NSG 5710 Psychiatric Management I: Psychopathology & the DSM V 6
VI ***NSG 5720 Psychiatric Management II: Developmental Theories for Child & Adolescent Mental Health 6
VII ***NSG 5730 Psychiatric Management III: Modalities of Psychotherapy 6
VIII ***NSG 5790 Psychiatric Care Management Integration Practicum 6
TOTAL CREDITS 51

**Requires 65 Practicum Hours
***Requires 130 Practicum Hours

To review course descriptions please view the HPD Catalog.

TUITION AND FEES

APRN Fees
Per Credit Hour 2020-2021: $735.00
One Time NSU Application Fee: $50.00
One Time Seat Deposit: $200.00
HPD General Access Fee (Annually): $145.00
NSU Student Services Fee (Each Semester): $500.00

Registration Fee (Each Semester):

$30.00

Nursing Clinical Lab Fee (Each Semester):

$100.00
Extra Fees: See Below
  • One Time NSU Application Fee - $50: This fee is non-refundable and is required with each application.
  • One Time Seat Deposit - $200: This fee is required to reserve the accepted applicant's place in the entering first-year class. This advance payment will be deducted from the tuition payment due on registration day, but is not refundable in the event of a withdrawal. It is payable within two weeks of an applicant's acceptance.
  • Extra Fees: Students will incur additional cost such as; books, lab coat, and graduation costs.
  • Background Checks: The college pays for the first background check per student any additional background check will be funded by the student.
  • All tuition charges and fees are subject to change by the board of trustees without notice.

The first semester's tuition and fees, less than the $200 previously paid (seat deposit), are due upon registration. Tuition and fees for each subsequent semester are due upon registration. Students will not be admitted until their financial obligations have been met. The financial ability of applicants to complete their education at the college is important because of the limited number of positions available in each class. Applicants should have specific plans for financing 51 semester hours of professional education. This should include tuition, living expenses, books, equipment, and miscellaneous expenses. The Financial Aid Office is eager to assist you to explore all possible financial aid options.

Each student is required to carry adequate personal medical and hospital insurance. Students may purchase Student Health Insurance for NSU Students through the university. Students who have adequate personal medical and hospital insurance may waive the health insurance by filling out the Student Health Insurance Waiver.

POSTGRADUATE CERTIFICATES ADVANCED PRACTICE REGISTERED NURSE

Admission to the Postgraduate Certificate Advanced Practice Registered Nurse program requires the following:

  • Overall cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale in the candidate’s Master of Science in Nursing.
  • M.S.N. degree from a regionally or internationally accredited university or college. (The M.S.N. degree nursing program must be accredited by the National League of Nursing Accrediting Commission [NLNAC] or Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education [CCNE])
  • Current active state of Florida professional nursing (R.N.) licensure. Licensure must remain current in the jurisdiction of the practicum throughout the program.
  • A curriculum vitae
  • Living within 150 miles from the program campus.
  • 12 months of active independent clinical practice (not including position residencies or facility operations).
  • For applicants interested in AGACNP current Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) certificate is required.

The Ron and Kathy Assaf College of Nursing participates in the centralized applications service called NursingCAS. NursingCAS is used for document verification but does not take part in the student selection.

  • Request all official transcripts from all previously attended institutions to be sent directly to NursingCAS.

NursingCAS
P.O. Box 9201 
Watertown, Massachusetts, 02471

Coursework taken at foreign institutions must be evaluated for U.S. institutional equivalence by an approved National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) organization such as one of the services listed below.

World Education Services
www.wes.org

Josef Silny and Associates
www.silny.com

Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc.
www.ece.org

It is the applicant's responsibility to have this coursework evaluated. An official course-by-course evaluation with a cumulative grade point average must be sent directly from the evaluation service.

  • Submit additional supplemental items (R.N. license & CV) directly to NursingCAS.

  • Once the NursingCAS application is completed, an applicant needs to complete the supplemental NSU Application online. If an applicant is missing the 3 P's (advanced pathophysiology, advanced pharmacology, or advanced health assessment) from their completed master’s degree they will be required to submit a non-degree seeking application. Non-degree seeking applicants will have an opportunity to enroll in the 3 P’s. Upon completion of these courses an applicant will need to submit an application for the postgraduate certificate program and will then be enrolled in their specified program track.

  • Once all applications and documents have been received the application will be processed and reviewed.

The deadline to complete and submit the NursingCAS and supplemental NSU applications for Fall admission will be August 10 and for Winter admission the deadline is December 9. The Office of Admissions works on a rolling basis. Applications are accepted year-round.

In order to meet graduation requirements applicants must have or obtain the three separate, comprehensive graduate-level course in:

  • Advanced physiology/pathophysiology, including general principles that apply across the life span
  • Advanced health assessment, which includes assessment of all human systems, advanced assessment techniques, concepts, and approaches
  • Advanced pharmacology, which includes pharmacodynamics, pharmacokinetics, and pharmacotherapeutics of all broad categories of agents

Content in:

  • Health promotion and/or maintenance
  • Differential diagnosis and disease management 
Students with the three separate, comprehensive graduate-level courses
SEMESTER COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE COURSE CREDITS
I *NSG 5620 Adult Gero Acute Care I 6
II *NSG 5630 Adult Gero Acute Care II 6
III *NSG 5650 Adult Gero Acute Care III 6
IV *NSG 5660 Adult Gero Acute Care Integration Practicum 6
TOTAL CREDITS 24

*Requires 130 Practicum Hours

Students needing the three separate, comprehensive graduate-level courses will first need to submit a non degree seeking application to complete those courses. 

COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE COURSE CREDITS
NSG 5531 Advanced Pathophysiology 3
NSG 5510 Advanced Pharmacology 3
NSG 5502 Advanced Health Assessment 3
TOTAL CREDITS 9

To review course descriptions please view the HPD Catalog.

In order to meet graduation requirements applicants must have or obtain the three separate, comprehensive graduate-level course in:

  • Advanced physiology/pathophysiology, including general principles that apply across the life span
  • Advanced health assessment, which includes assessment of all human systems, advanced assessment techniques, concepts, and approaches
  • Advanced pharmacology, which includes pharmacodynamics, pharmacokinetics, and pharmacotherapeutics of all broad categories of agents

Content in:

  • Health promotion and/or maintenance
  • Differential diagnosis and disease management 
Students with the three separate, comprehensive graduate-level courses
SEMESTER COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE COURSE CREDITS
I *NSG 5542 Primary Care: Adult I 6
II *NSG 5550 Primary Care: Adult II 6
III **NSG 5580 Primary Care Pediatrics 3
III *NSG 5560 Primary Care Women 3
IV *NSG 5590 Primary Care Integration Practicum 6
TOTAL CREDITS 24

*Requires 62.5 Practicum Hours
**Requires 130 Practicum Hours

Students needing the three separate, comprehensive graduate-level courses will first need to submit a non degree seeking application to complete those courses. 

COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE COURSE CREDITS
NSG 5531 Advanced Pathophysiology 3
NSG 5510 Advanced Pharmacology 3
NSG 5502 Advanced Health Assessment 3
TOTAL CREDITS 9

To review course descriptions please view the HPD Catalog.

In order to meet graduation requirements applicants must have or obtain the three separate, comprehensive graduate-level course in:

  • Advanced physiology/pathophysiology, including general principles that apply across the life span
  • Advanced health assessment, which includes assessment of all human systems, advanced assessment techniques, concepts, and approaches
  • Advanced pharmacology, which includes pharmacodynamics, pharmacokinetics, and pharmacotherapeutics of all broad categories of agents

Content in:

  • Health promotion and/or maintenance
  • Differential diagnosis and disease management 

Students with the three separate, comprehensive graduate-level courses

SEMESTER COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE COURSE CREDITS
I NSG 5532 Neurobiology Psychopharmacology 3
II *NSG 5570 Psychiatric Management I:  Psychopathology & the DSM V 6
III *NSG 5720 Psychiatric Management II:  Developmental Theories for Child & Adolescent Mental Health 6
IV *NSG 5730 Psychiatric Management III:  Modalities of Psychotherapy 6
V *NSG 5790 Psychiatric Care Management Integration Practicum 6
TOTAL CREDITS 27

*Require 130 Practicum Hours

Students needing the three separate, comprehensive graduate-level courses will first need to submit a non degree seeking application to complete those courses. 

COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE COURSE CREDITS
NSG 5531 Advanced Pathophysiology 3
NSG 5510 Advanced Pharmacology 3
NSG 5502 Advanced Health Assessment 3
TOTAL CREDITS 9

To review course descriptions please view the HPD Catalog.

TUITION AND FEES

Postgraduate certificate Fees
Per Credit Hour 2020-2021: $735.00
One Time NSU Application Fee: $50.00
One Time Seat Deposit: $200.00
HPD General Access Fee (Annually): $145.00
NSU Student Services Fee (Each Semester): $500.00

Registration Fee (Each Semester):

$30.00

Nursing Clinical Lab Fee (Each Semester):

$100.00
Extra Fees: See Below
  • One Time NSU Application Fee - $50: This fee is non-refundable and is required with each application.
  • One Time Seat Deposit - $200: This fee is required to reserve the accepted applicant's place in the entering first-year class. This advance payment will be deducted from the tuition payment due on registration day, but is not refundable in the event of a withdrawal. It is payable within two weeks of an applicant's acceptance.
  • Extra Fees: Students will incur additional cost such as; books, lab coat and graduation costs.
  • Background Checks: The college pays for the first background check per student any additional background check will be funded by the student.
  • All tuition charges and fees are subject to change by the board of trustees without notice.

The first semester's tuition and fees, less than the $200 previously paid (seat deposit), are due upon registration. Tuition and fees for each subsequent semester are due upon registration. Students will not be admitted until their financial obligations have been met. The financial ability of applicants to complete their education at the college is important because of the limited number of positions available in each class. Applicants should have specific plans for financing 51 semester hours of professional education. This should include tuition, living expenses, books, equipment, and miscellaneous expenses. The Financial Aid Office is eager to assist you to explore all possible financial aid options.

Each student is required to carry adequate personal medical and hospital insurance. Students may purchase Student Health Insurance for NSU Students through the university. Students who have adequate personal medical and hospital insurance may waive the health insurance by filling out the Student Health Insurance Waiver.

PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE DISCLOSURE 

Professional Licensure Disclosure/Notification Statement Ron and Kathy Assaf College of Nursing

Nurse Practitioner Program (S)

Degree Title Level Degree
Master of Science in Nursing Master M.S.N. APRN

At this time, we cannot confirm that the Ron and Kathy Assaf College of Nursing (ACON) Master of Science in Nursing (MSN APRN) program meets the educational requirements for professional licensure in other states or territories outside of Florida.  Students who plan to take the licensing exam outside of Florida must check with the state in which they are seeking licensure for any additional requirements. 

ACON’s Nurse Practitioner graduates seek certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner, Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, or as a Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner upon completion of the APRN program.  These exams are offered through the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) or American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP.)    

Family Nurse Practitioner Certification (FNP-BC)

Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Certification (AGACNP-BC)

Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (Across the Lifespan) Certification (PMHNP)-BC)

Students may also apply for a multi-state license if their home state is part of the nurse licensure compact.  The Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) allows a nurse to have a multistate license to practice in their home state and other approved compact states https://aprncompact.com/index.htm#map

Nova Southeastern University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.  The Ron and Kathy Assaf College of Nursing, MSN Program is a Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) accredited program.

Program meets Educational Requirements Program does not meet educational requirements cannot be confirmed if program meets educational requirements
Florida All States (Except Florida) the District of Columbia and the US protectorates, as defined in 34 CFR §600.2.

For all students, applicants, or prospective students seeking licensure in any state listed in the “Program Does Not Meet Educational Requirements” or “Cannot Be Confirmed If Program Meets Educational Requirements” columns, please see the chart below detailing these states’ licensing boards and contact information.

State

Licensing Board/Contact Information

Alabama

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/alabama-nurse-practitioner.html

Alaska

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/alaska-nurse-practitioner.html#education

Arizona

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/arizona-nurse-practitioner.html

Arkansas

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/arkansas-nurse-practitioner.html

California

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/california-nurse-practitioner.html

Colorado

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/colorado-nurse-practitioner.html

Connecticut

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/connecticut-nurse-practitioner.html

District of Columbia

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/dc-nurse-practitioner.html

Delaware

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/delaware-nurse-practitioner.html#education

Georgia

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/georgia-nurse-practitioner.html

Hawaii

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/hawaii-nurse-practitioner.html

Idaho

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/idaho-nurse-practitioner.html

Illinois

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/illinois-nurse-practitioner.html

Indiana

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/indiana-nurse-practitioner.html

Iowa

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/iowa-nurse-practitioner.html

Kansas

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/state/nursing-license-kansas.html#rn

Kentucky

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/kentucky-nurse-practitioner.html

Louisiana

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/louisiana-nurse-practitioner.html

Maine

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/state/nursing-license-maine.html

Maryland

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/maryland-nurse-practitioner.html

Massachusetts

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/massachusetts-nurse-practitioner.html

Michigan

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/michigan-nurse-practitioner.html

Minnesota

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/state/nursing-license-minnesota.html

Mississippi

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/mississippi-nurse-practitioner.html

Missouri

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/missouri-nurse-practitioner.html

Montana

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/montana-nurse-practitioner.html

Nebraska

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/nebraska-nurse-practitioner.html

Nevada

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/nevada-nurse-practitioner.html

New Hampshire

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/new-hampshire-nurse-practitioner.html

New Jersey

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/new-jersey-nurse-practitioner.html#education

New Mexico

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/new-mexico-nurse-practitioner.html

New York

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/new-york-nurse-practitioner.html

North Carolina

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/north-carolina-nurse-practitioner.html

North Dakota

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/north-dakota-nurse-practitioner.html

Ohio

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/ohio-nurse-practitioner.html

Oklahoma

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/oklahoma-nurse-practitioner.html

Oregon

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/oklahoma-nurse-practitioner.html

Pennsylvania

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/pennsylvania-nurse-practitioner.html

Rhode Island

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/rhode-island-nurse-practitioner.html#education

South Carolina

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/south-carolina-nurse-practitioner.html

South Dakota

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/south-dakota-nurse-practitioner.html

Tennessee

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/tennessee-nurse-practitioner.html

 Utah

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/utah-nurse-practitioner.html

Vermont

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/vermont-nurse-practitioner.html

Virginia

https://www.dhp.virginia.gov/Boards/Nursing/ApplicantResources/ApplyforLicense/NursePractitioner/

Washington

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/washington-nurse-practitioner.html

West Virginia

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/west-virginia-nurse-practitioner.html

Wisconsin

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-education/wisconsin-np-programs.html

Wyoming

https://www.nursinglicensure.org/np-state/wyoming-nurse-practitioner.html

American Samoa

www.board-of-nursing.com/american-samoa-board-of-nursing.php 

Guam

https://www.registerednursern.com/guam-board-of-nursing-board-of-nursing-guam-information-registered-nurse-rn/

Northern Mariana

Islands

https://nmibon.info/

US Virgin Islands

http://www.board-of-nursing.com/virgin-islands-board-of-nursing.php

To access nurse practice acts and administrative codes by state please visit the National of State Boards of Nursing NCSBN website (NCSBN) https://www.ncsbn.org/npa.htm

If you need assistance or have any questions, please contact Dr. Susan Holland at sholland1@nova.edu.

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