Jacksonville University's College of Health Sciences and School of Nursing offers 1 of 6 programs in the United States to prepare Emergency Nurse Practitioners. The Emergency Nurse Practitioner (ENP) sub-specialization program prepares graduates to care for patients across the lifespan in emergent and urgent care settings. Students may enter this program one of two ways
- Post-MSN certificate for Family Nurse Practitioners
- MSN degree-seeking student taking the ENP sub-specialization in conjunction with the Family Nurse Practitioner curriculum
ENP courses are co-taught by Board Certified Emergency Physicians and expert nursing faculty. Students complete clinical rotations with physicians and nurse practitioners in regional ED settings. Graduates of the ENP sub-specialization program are eligible for specialty certification (ENP-BC) through the American Nurses' Credentialing Center (ANCC) after two years of full-time practice as an ENP.
ADMISSIONS AND CURRICULUM:
Application Deadline for Fall 2017 Program changed. All applications and materials are due by February 1, 2017.
PDFs containing Admissions and Curriculum information for the FNP/ENP Full-Time, Part-Time and Post-Masters Certificate Programs are listed below. Please click on the PDF to download more information.
ENP Post-Masters Certificate for FNP's:
Assistant Director of Admissions & Enrollment for Graduate Nursing
Teresa MacGregor PhD, ARNP
Director Graduate Nursing Programs