Master of Science, Major in Nursing and Post-Master’s Certificate Program Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner (AGPCNP)

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Master of Science, Major in Nursing and Post-Master’s Certificate Program

Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner (AGPCNP) 

Neumann University’s Master of Science, Major in Nursing and Post-Master's Certificate AGPCNP program options prepares graduates to provide holistic, patient-centered primary care to individuals across the adult age spectrum from adolescence to older adults.

Graduates are prepared to use evidence-based health promotion, disease prevention, and health protection treatment strategies to diagnose and manage adolescent, adult, older adult, and vulnerable adult populations at all levels of health and illness, including end-of-life care.

At Neumann, we prioritize learning-by-doing — for this reason, clinical experiences take place in a variety of settings across the continuum of care with expert clinicians serving as preceptors.

Graduates of Neumann’s Master of Science, Major in Nursing and Post-Master's Certificate AGPCNP program options are eligible to apply for the Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner national certification examination and for state licensure as a Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner.

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What is the job outlook for nurses?

The field of nursing is projected to experience an astounding 45 percent job growth rate by 2030 — according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Further, nurse...

What is the job outlook for nurses?

The field of nursing is projected to experience an astounding 45 percent job growth rate by 2030 — according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Further, nurse practitioners made an average of about $117,000 per year.

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What are the different types of nursing positions?

Nurses who obtain a graduate degree are positioned for a variety of nursing roles, such as family nurse practitioner, advanced registered nurse...

What are the different types of nursing positions?

Nurses who obtain a graduate degree are positioned for a variety of nursing roles, such as family nurse practitioner, advanced registered nurse practitioner, chief nursing officer, nurse educator, and more.

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Why is there a nursing shortage today?

Since 2012, the healthcare workforce has experienced a significant shortage of qualified nurses in the field. Due to a variety of factors, including an...

Why is there a nursing shortage today?

Since 2012, the healthcare workforce has experienced a significant shortage of qualified nurses in the field. Due to a variety of factors, including an increased need for healthcare services around the country and America’s oldest generation (the baby-boom generation) growing older, the need for nurses is significant today.

In fact. the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that a total of 121,400 job openings for advanced nurses will emerge by 2030.

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What does Neumann’s Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner program prepare nurses to do?

With your MS in Nursing: Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner (AGNP), you will be prepared to...

What does Neumann’s Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner program prepare nurses to do?

With your MS in Nursing: Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner (AGNP), you will be prepared to provide comprehensive, primary care to adolescents and adults across their lifespan.

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What is the learning format?

Neumann’s MSN program is offered in a hybrid format with most classes being a combination of asynchronous online learning and on-campus learning. When classes do meet...

What is the learning format?

Neumann’s MSN program is offered in a hybrid format with most classes being a combination of asynchronous online learning and on-campus learning. When classes do meet face-to-face, the start times are early evening — great for working adults. There are 10 courses in our program and most students complete the program in 2-3 years.

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