University of South Alabama College of Nursing
 
Neonatal Nurse Practitioner

The role of nurse practitioner specializing in Neonatal Nursing is offered at the University of South Alabama College of Nursing. The MSN program prepares graduates for advanced nursing practice and for doctoral study. Graduates of the program are able to synthesize and apply advanced knowledge, theories, and research to a specialized area of nursing practice and function as leaders in practice to contribute to the advancement of the nursing profession.

The Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Track classes are only available online. However, there is a mandatory three (3) to four (4) day orientation held during the fall semester of the first practicum course. Attendance is required and will allow for questions and interaction with course faculty. Various clinical skills workshops will be held during the orientation.

Students enrolled in the NNP program are required to complete clinical hours with a qualified preceptor. The College of Nursing has contracts with agencies in many areas of the U.S. Please review our clinical affiliations list on the College of Nursing website,

Clinical Affiliation Agencies to determine if we already have an agreement with an agency in your area where you can complete your clinical hours. If we do not have an agreement with an agency in your geographical location, please contact Dr .Penni Huffman at pennicoates@southalabama.edu. prior to submitting your application.

Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Curriculum

Post BSN Track (MSN)
         • Condensed schedule of study - Fall Admission
       • Full-time schedule of study - Fall Admission
         • Full-time schedule of study - Spring Admission
       • Full-time schedule of study - Summer Admission


Post Graduate Certificate

RN - MSN Track for RN’s with a Non-Nursing Bachelor's Degree

For information and help with setting up your graduate degree program contact the CON Office of Graduate studies: congrad@southalabama.edu

Nurse and patient

Please feel free to email for more information about the NNP program:

Dr. Penni Huffman

pennicoates@southalabama.edu

 

Promotion Contract

A maximum of two (2) courses with a grade of C can be counted toward a degree, however, only one (1) C is permitted in support or specialization courses. If a second C or lower is earned in a support or specialization courses, the course in which the second C or lower is obtained must be repeated. Any combination of three (3) courses with grades of C or less (C, D, U, F) including C grades which have been repeated, will result in academic dismissal from the graduate program. Two courses with a grade of D or F will result in academic dismissal from the graduate program. Failure to comply with legal, moral, and legislative standards required for licensure to practice as a registered nurse merits immediate dismissal from the program.

   

For Additional Information

Graduate Studies
USA College of Nursing - HAHN 3086
5721 USA Drive N.
Mobile AL 36688-0002
(251) 445-9400
Email: congrad@southalabama.edu
FAX: (251) 445-9416

 

The BSN, MSN, and DNP programs at the University of South Alabama College of Nursing are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education,
One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530
Washington, DC 20036
(202) 887-6791

Nurse Educator Option

USA offers nurse educator classes to those students wishing to pursue a career in academia. These courses are a subspecialization that can be added onto your current degree plan. Please click this link to learn more:
Nursing Education

 

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