Emergency Nurse Practitioner (ENP)

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The Emergency Nurse Practitioner (ENP) post-FNP certificate program is the first program of its kind in the state of Michigan and prepares the Family Nurse Practitioner to provide urgent and emergent health care services across the lifespan to individuals, families and aggregates. Besides urgent and emergent care services, critical foci include practice models which emphasize leadership, team-based care, collaboration, quality and safety.

The goal of the ENP program is to prepare highly skilled and culturally sensitive advanced practice nurses who are committed to providing quality and cost effective urgent and emergent care services to individuals, families and communities. The MSON is committed to flexibility in the program and therefore offers a one-year hybrid program with on campus intensives for skills and certificate completion.

The Emergency Nurse Practitioner (ENP) post-FNP certificate requires a total of 15 credits to be completed over one calendar year (3 consecutive semesters).

ENP Specialty Certification Examination

Graduates of the program are eligible to sit for the national ENP specialty certification examination administered by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANPCP).


    Sample Program Plan

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    Required Courses

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For Program-Specific Information

For more information about this program or any graduate nursing program, please contact
Ms. Suzanne Erwin, BA, BSN, RN
Graduate Nurse Recruiter


This program is currently not approved for Title IV Federal Aid and is anticipated to be available in the Fall 2019.

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