The Graduate Entry Pathway (GEP) is for individuals with a bachelor’s degree in a field other than nursing, leading first to Registered Nurse (RN) licensure, then to a Master's of Science in Nursing with a concentration in Population Health or Doctor of Nursing Practice.
Plans of Study:
- GEP to Doctor of Nursing Practice Options for APNs
- Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner (AGPCNP)
- Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (AGACNP)
- Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP)
- GEP to Master’s in Nursing Population Health Track Option
- The purpose of the GEP to MS in Nursing/ concentration in Population Health is to prepare nurses at the master’s level for leadership roles involving health promotion, prevention, and education working in community health settings.
- GEP to PhD Track Option
- The purpose of the GEP to PhD Track is to accelerate the research careers of nurse scientists with an opportunity to complete the PhD in Nursing in a period of five to six years. Graduates receive a PhD in Nursing degree.
Specialty options for matriculated GEP students
Frequently Asked Questions:
GEP to DNP
GEP to MS in Nursing Population Health
GEP to PhD
What is nursing? What is a nurse practitioner?
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Program Fact Sheets:
*GEP to Doctor of Nursing Practice
*GEP to Master's in Nursing Science
Application Deadline - May 1, 2015
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