Emergency Nurse Practitioner (ENP) Certificate
No application fee. Finish in two semesters.
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Is an Emergency Nursing Practitioner Certificate Right for You?
The Emergency Nurse Practitioner Certificate is designed for nationally certified Family Nurse Practitioners who want a dual role in the subspecialty areas of Urgent Care and Emergency Medicine.
Why Choose WesternU?
Our hybrid, distance-learning model provides working FNPs with the ability to advance their knowledge, skills, and training, integrating the AAENP’s Emergency Nurse Practitioner Competencies and Scope and Standards of Practice for Emergency Nurse Practitioners to prepare students for a career in this dynamic and fast-paced setting.
- Two entry term options (Fall or Spring)
- Complete the program online in just two semesters
- Two face-to-face procedural skills seminar intensives on our campus
- Urgent and emergency care clinical immersion rotations in your own community (500 clinical hours)
- Support for coordinating preceptors and practice settings
- No application fee
- American Academy of Emergency Nurse Practitioners (AAENP) validated and approved program
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Western University of Health Sciences is a private, non-profit graduate university for the health professions, dedicated to preparing tomorrow’s health practitioners to flourish as skilled, compassionate healers. Two campuses serve students: Pomona, California and Lebanon, Oregon. WesternU students learn within a thriving center for medical, health care, and veterinary education, as well as research and community outreach. Graduates are poised to move into the future to successfully meet the diverse health-related needs of a growing population.