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Oklahoma City University will offer a new program this fall for nurses interested in pursuing advanced practice in the family nurse practitioner program.
Those with a bachelor’s degree in nursing can enter the program while still working full time. Those with a master’s degree in nursing can transfer nine graduate credit hours. Traditional classroom instruction and online learning will provide options for part-time and full-time students.
Marvel Williamson, dean of the Kramer School of Nursing, says the curriculum is designed to guide students through theory and science into advanced clinical care, evidence-based practice and nursing leadership.