Emergency Nurse Practitioner Certificate Curriculum

Program length: 9 months (3 terms)

Program start: Depends on gap analysis

Total credit hours: 14

Class schedule: This program is offered using a hybrid format. Classes are held online or in-person (full day, 1-week intensive). Clinicals can be arranged at your current work location. 

The Post Graduate Certificate curriculum consists of the specialty track coursework for the Emergency Nurse Practitioner. This rigorous program provides the education and skills necessary to function as a competent nurse practitioner and leader in the emergency care setting, the skills to perform the necessary diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, and to be eligible for board certification as an emergency nurse practitioner. The program of study includes a minimum of 300 clinical hours and an extensive procedure lab/seminar. 

If you do not have FNP certification, you may need to take additional coursework based on a gap analysis to ensure that you are eligible to sit for the ENP board exam.

Curriculum for ENP Post Graduate Certificate 2022-2023

Fall 2022 6 credits 
NURS 641 ENP I: Emergency/Trauma Care Across the Lifespan (4) (120 hours clinical hours)
NURS 640:  ENP Procedures (2)

J-Term 2023 4 credits
NURS 642 ENP II: Emergency/Trauma Caring for Trauma and Critically Ill Patient (4) 

Spring 2023 4 credits
NURS 643 ENP III: Clinical Immersion & Seminar (4) (180 clinical hours) 

Gap Analysis Form

You may request a gap analysis to determine what previous coursework meets the program competencies.