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Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)

  • 2-3 years

    Multiple length options available

  • 49 credits

    14 available courses

The Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner (AGPCNP) program focuses on cutting-edge, community-based care. Our online AGPCNP program option is designed to maintain the rigorous education provided with the U-M School of Nursing’s traditional residential format. The online AGPCNP program is designed by faculty, along with student input and consultation with national experts in online learning. Faculty are trained in highly effective and cutting-edge strategies for optimal learning and student engagement. Students admitted to the online AGPCNP program will be required to attend an on-campus orientation and come to campus for three days per term. On-campus sessions will focus on areas that are essential to student success, including skill building and testing, formative learning experiences, summative assessments of student performance and progression throughout the program, access to expert seminar content and connections with faculty and peers.

Skills You'll Gain

Students will graduate with an MSN degree with an Adult-Gerontology Primary Care specialty. Graduates will be eligible to sit for national certification boards through the American Association of Nurse Practitioners or American Nurse Credentialing Center.

  • Career goals of working in a primary care setting with the adult population through end of life.

  • Salary ranges from $85,000 - $90,000, depending on geographical location of practice.

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Distance Education Disclosure

Current and prospective online students are advised to review the notices provided on our Distance Education Disclosures page. This page contains institutional policies and federally required disclosures that impact online students, including information about the state authorization and professional licensure status of the university's online programs, unique complaint procedures available to out-of-state online students, and important notices for international students.