Fall 2017


NGR  7673


Epidemiology Principles in Advanced Practice Nursing

This course introduces Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) students to epidemiological science. Topics covered include the historic and foundational components of epidemiology, management of public health aggregate data, calculating measures of risk, displaying public health data, public health surveillance, and investigation of an outbreak. The culminating project for the course is the completion of a comprehensive case management project detailing the appropriate process in investigating and managing an institutional or public health outbreak.

Live Session:

Novrember 3, 0900-1130 (UT 650A)



NGR 6172

Pharmacology for Advanced Nursing Practice

Comprehensive study of medications used in the promotion and maintenance of health across the life span. Examination of the implications for advanced nursing practice. This course introduces students to the concepts of advanced pharmacological concepts across the lifespan.

WWW; Live Sessions Throughout the Semester (UT 650A)


NGR 6212L

Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner III Clinical

This clinical course immerses the MSN and DNP Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner student in the acute care setting. Students learn principles of acute care management working with a physician or nurse practitioner preceptor in the delivery of acute care in a hospital within the Central Florida region. Goals of the clinical rotation include understanding of the role of the AGACNP in managing the patient in the critical/intensive care setting.

WWW; Live Session: 0900-1600 (UT 602)


NUR 4907/1H


Directed Honors Readings/Research

Undergraduate students enolled in the Honors in the Major (HIM) project work on an honors thesis or project directed by expert nursing Faculty.

NGR 6212

Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner III

This is one of three courses that provide the student with in-depth knowledge of advanced nursing practice management of acutely and critically ill young, middle, and older adults from diverse populations. Emphasis is on the utilization of relevant theories, critical thinking, and evidence-based knowledge to formulate differential diagnoses, diagnoses, treatment plans, and optimal outcome parameters for physiologically unstable adults who have complex acute and critical health problems, are technologically dependent, and are at high risk for developing complications.  The focus of this course is complex endocrine, neurologic, gastrointestinal and commonly occurring health care problems in acutely and critically ill young, middle and older adults.