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1 Office of Programs and Academic Assessment (MC 103) 2630 University Hall 601 South Morgan Street Chicago, Illinois February 23, 2011 TO: FROM: Richard Van Acker, Chair Senate Committee on Educational Policy Kim Neumann, Assistant Director for Academic Programs I am submitting for review and action by the Senate Committee on Educational Policy the attached Proposal to Revise, Rename, and Eliminate Several Concentrations within the Master of Science (MS) in Nursing Program and Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Program. The proposal was approved by the faculty in the College of Nursing on November 4, 2010 and by the Graduate College Executive Committee on February 18,

2 Title: Revision, Renaming and Elimination of Several Concentrations in the Master of Science (MS) in Nursing and the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Sponsor: College of Nursing Description/Justification: In July 2008, nursing s leading professional organizations, after meeting over four years, reached consensus on a model for advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) regulation. This document, the Consensus Model for APRN Regulation: Licensure, Accreditation, Certification and Education, established clear expectations for licensure, accreditation, certification, and education for all APRNs across the country. In order to fully implement the model by the target date of 2015, all APRN education programs have been charged to make necessary changes in their curricula by Changes in certification exams will also occur by , so graduates will need to be prepared to meet the eligibility criteria to sit for the new or revised certification exams by that date. Additionally, all APRN education programs must ensure that official documentation (e.g. transcript) specifies the role and population focus of the graduate. Several of the changes we are proposing in this revision are with the goal of transitioning our APRN education programs to reflect the Consensus Model. Further, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) in The Essentials of Doctoral Education for Advanced Nursing Practice (2006) recommends that in order to achieve the DNP competencies, programs should provide a minimum of 1,000 hours of practice post-baccalaureate as part of a supervised academic program. Practice experiences should be designed to help students achieve specific learning objectives related to the DNP Essentials and specialty competencies. Most of our concentrations currently fall short of the 1,000 hour minimum, so we are proposing to add clinical practicum hours to these concentrations to meet the recommendations of the AACN and also to position the graduates of our MS programs to make a smooth transition into a DNP program should they choose to further their education. Several Concentrations 1. Add clinical practicum hours to the degree requirements for the following MS and DNP concentrations. The hours will be added to existing clinical courses. The total hours to be added to each concentration are as follows: Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner: 3sh Family Nurse Practitioner: 1sh Nurse-Midwifery: 1sh Occupational Health/Family Nurse Practitioner: 1sh Pediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist: 3sh Pediatric Nurse Practitioner: 3sh Perinatal Clinical Nurse Specialist: 3sh Psychiatric-Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist: 3sh Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner: 3sh School/Family Nurse Practitioner: 1sh Women s Health Nurse Practitioner: 1sh Justification: The American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) in The Essentials of Doctoral Education for Advanced Nursing Practice (2006) recommends 1000 hours minimum of practice post-baccalaureate for all DNP graduates. 2. Change the required credit hours for NURS 532, Advanced Health Assessment from 3sh to 2sh for the following MS and DNP concentrations: 2

3 Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Family Nurse Practitioner Occupational Health/Family Nurse Practitioner Pediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Perinatal Clinical Nurse Specialist Psychiatric-Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner School/Family Nurse Practitioner Justification: NURS 532 is currently a 2-3 credit hour course with 1 credit hour of lecture, 1 credit hour of lab for history taking and physical assessment skills, and for the concentrations listed above, 1 credit hour of additional practice in health assessment specific to the student s specialty concentration. This additional hour of practice will be removed from NURS 532 and incorporated into one of the specialty practicum courses, which will make it easier for the students to meet these competencies and also free up faculty resources. Acute Care Concentrations 3. Eliminate the Acute Care Clinical Nurse Specialist concentration (MS and DNP). Justification: Since 1993, 26 students have graduated from the Acute Care Clinical Nurse Specialist program, which is an average of 1.5 students/year. Currently there are 11 students enrolled in the program but several are considering changing to the Nurse Practitioner track. The faculty time required for approximately 1 student in each clinical course each semester is too great to continue. 4. Rename the current Acute Care Nurse Practitioner concentration (MS and DNP) to Adult- Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner. Justification: To meet certification and licensing requirements proposed in the APRN Consensus Model, program names should clearly specify the population focus of that program. 5. Change the required credit hours for NURS 533, Applied Pharmacotherapeutics in Advanced Practice in Nursing, from 1sh to 2sh (MS and DNP). Justification: To meet the new certification requirements, students will need to complete one additional credit hour of applied pharmacologic scientific knowledge with a focus on gerontology. 6. Change the required credit hours for graduate electives for the DNP from 6sh to 3sh. Justification: 90sh are required for the DNP. With the proposed changes listed above, only 3sh of electives are needed to meet the overall credit hour requirements for the degree. Adult, Adult/Geriatric and Geriatric Concentrations 7. Eliminate the Adult Nurse Practitioner and Geriatric Nurse Practitioner concentrations (MS and DNP). Students interested in the Adult Nurse Practitioner and Geriatric Nurse Practitioner concentrations will be admitted to the newly titled Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner concentration (see # 9 below). Justification: Based on the APRN Consensus Model, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing recommends that all current programs preparing individuals to provide care to the adult or 3

4 gerontology populations merge the programs so that graduates are prepared with the full complement of competencies necessary to provide comprehensive care to the entire adult population. 8. Eliminate the Geriatric Clinical Nurse Specialist concentration (MS and DNP). Justification: Only one student has graduated from the Geriatric Clinical Nurse Specialist concentration in the last five years. Currently there are two students in the GRCNS concentration and both are contemplating changing to the nurse practitioner concentration. In addition, it is anticipated that the Geriatric Clinical Nurse Specialist certification exam may no longer be available as of Rename the current Adult/Geriatric Nurse Practitioner concentration (MS and DNP) to Adult- Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner. Justification: To meet certification and licensing requirements proposed in the Consensus Model, program names should clearly specify the population focus of that program. 10. For the Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner concentration (MS and DNP), change the required credit hours for NURS 529, Issues in Advanced Practice in Nursing, from 3sh to 1sh requirements. Justification: Students in the Adult/Geriatric Nurse Practitioner concentration are currently required to take 2 additional credit hours of NURS 529 with a focus on geriatrics. This content will be streamlined and integrated into the practicum courses through case studies, online tutorials, and weekly conferences. 11. For the Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner concentration (MS and DNP), drop NUPR 542, Nurse Practitioner Practicum IV: Management of Health and Illness in Adult (4sh), from the degree requirements, and change the credit hours for NUPR 539, NUPR 540, and NUPR 541 (Nurse Practitioner Practicum I, II and III) from 4sh to 5sh each. Justification: Currently, students in the Adult, Geriatric, and Adult/Geriatric Nurse Practitioner concentrations take NUPR 539, 540, and 541 together, and students in the Adult/Geriatric Nurse Practitioner concentration take a fourth additional practicum course (NUPR 542) with a focus on gerontology. With the elimination of the Adult and Geriatric concentrations, faculty would like to eliminate the fourth course for better sequencing and combine the content in the remaining three courses, while increasing the credit hours in each course to meet credentialing, licensure, and accreditation requirements. 12. For the Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner concentration, add 3sh of graduate electives to the requirements for the DNP. Justification: The DNP requires a minimum of 90sh. With the proposed changes, an additional 3sh are needed to meet the overall credit hour requirements for the degree. There are several elective courses that could be used to fulfill this requirement that would also complement this program of study (for example, courses in the Advanced Practice Cardiometabolic Campus Certificate). Advanced Community Health Nurse Concentrations 13. Rename the current Advanced Community Health Nurse Specialist (MS and DNP), Occupational Health/Advanced Community Health Nurse Specialist (MS and DNP), and School/Advanced Community Health Nurse Specialist (MS) concentrations to Advanced Community Health Nurse, Occupational Health/Advanced Community Health Nurse, and School/Advanced Community Health Nurse. 4

5 Justification: Recent changes in board certification exams require that we remove the term specialist from the concentration names because our programs of study are not designed to prepare students for the specialist exams in this area. Mental Health Concentrations 14. Rename the current Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist concentration (MS and DNP) to Psychiatric-Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist and rename the current Mental Health Nurse Practitioner concentration (MS and DNP) to Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. Justification: The addition of the Psychiatric will clarify the level of care that graduates from this program are educated to provide, i.e., acute/chronic as well as mental health, and it matches the language used in the certification exam title. 15. For the Psychiatric-Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist concentration, change the required credit hours for graduate electives for the DNP from 5sh to 3sh. Justification: 90sh are required for the DNP. With the proposed changes listed above, only 3sh of electives are needed to meet the overall credit hour requirements for the degree. 16. For the Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner concentration (MS and DNP), replace PSCH 467, Fundamentals of Neuroscience (3sh) with NURS 535, Biological Basis of Disease (4sh). Justification: Since PSCH 467 is offered outside the College of Nursing, it has been difficult for students to fit this course into their plan of study. NURS 535 is offered on a regular basis and provides the necessary content in this area. 17. For the Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner concentration, delete the 2sh of graduate electives from the DNP. Justification: 90sh are required for the DNP. With the proposed changes listed above, no elective hours are needed to meet the overall credit hour requirements for the degree. Pediatric Concentrations 18. For the Pediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist concentration, change the required credit hours for graduate electives for the DNP from 5sh to 3sh. Justification: 90sh are required for the DNP. With the proposed changes listed above, only 3sh of electives are needed to meet the overall credit hour requirements for the degree. 19. For the Pediatric Nurse Practitioner concentration, change the required credit hours for graduate electives for the DNP from 6sh to 4sh. Justification: 90sh are required for the DNP. With the proposed changes listed above, only 4sh of electives are needed to meet the overall credit hour requirements for the degree. Perinatal Concentration 20. For the Perinatal Clinical Nurse Specialist concentration, delete the 3sh of graduate electives for the MS. Justification: Elective hours are not required to meet the certification or licensure requirements for this specialty. 5

6 21. For the Perinatal Clinical Nurse Specialist concentration, change the required credit hours for graduate electives for the DNP from 8sh to 6sh. Justification: 90sh are required for the DNP. With the proposed changes listed above, only 6sh of electives are needed to meet the overall credit hour requirements for the degree. Following is a summary of how the above-mentioned changes will affect the total hours required for all MS and DNP concentrations: Concentration MS Current MS Proposed DNP - Current DNP - Proposed Acute Care Clinical Nurse Specialist Being eliminated Being eliminated Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Administrative Studies in Nursing N/A N/A Adult Nurse Practitioner Being eliminated Being eliminated Advanced Community Health Nurse Executive Nursing Leadership N/A N/A Family Nurse Practitioner Geriatric Clinical Nurse Specialist Being eliminated Being eliminated Geriatric Nurse Practitioner Being eliminated Being eliminated Nurse Midwifery Occupational Health/Advanced Community Health Nurse Occupational Health/Family Nurse Practitioner Pediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Perinatal Clinical Nurse Specialist Psychiatric-Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner School/Advanced Community Health N/A N/A Nurse School/Family Nurse Practitioner Women s Health Nurse Practitioner Catalog Statement: Attached. Minority Impact Statement: No impact anticipated. Budgetary and Staff Implications: No impact anticipated; current faculty and staff resources are sufficient. Library Resource Implications: No impact anticipated. Space Implications: No impact anticipated; current resources are sufficient. College Approval Dates: Advanced Practice Curriculum Subcommittee: October 5, 2010 Curriculum Committee: October 12,

7 General Faculty: November 4, 2010 Contact Person: Dr. Barbara Berger Chair, College of Nursing Curriculum Committee Proposed Effective Date: Fall, 2011 Master of Science Minimum Semester Hours Required Varies by concentration. Acute Care Clinical Nurse Specialist, Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, Administrative Studies in Nursing, Adult/Geriatric Nurse Practitioner, Adult Nurse Practitioner, Advanced Community Health Nurse Specialist, Family Nurse Practitioner, Geriatric Clinical Nurse Specialist, Geriatric Nurse Practitioner, Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist, Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Nurse Midwifery, Occupational Health/Advanced Community Health Nurse Specialist, Occupational Health/Family Nurse Practitioner, Pediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Perinatal Clinical Nurse Specialist, School/Advanced Community Health Nurse Specialist, School/Family Nurse Practitioner, Women s Health Nurse Practitioner, Course Work Core Courses: NURS 525, 526, 527, 528, and 529 are required for all concentrations. Core Support and Concentration Courses: Acute Care Clinical Nurse Specialist NURS 530, 531, 532, 533, 536, and 537; NUSP 534 and 535; NUPR 536, 537, and 538. Acute Care Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, 532, 533, 536, and 537; NUSP 534 and 535; NUPR 539, 540, and 541. Administrative Studies in Nursing NUSP 501, 502, 503, 504, and 505; NUPR 513; HPA 511 or MGMT 541; 3-4 hours of electives. Adult/Geriatric Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, 532, 533, 536, and 537; NUSP 534 and 535; NUPR 539, 540, 541, and 542. Adult Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, 532, 533, 536, and 537; NUSP 534 and 535; NUPR Master of Science Minimum Semester Hours Required Varies by concentration. Administrative Studies in Nursing, Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner, Advanced Community Health Nurse, Family Nurse Practitioner, Nurse-Midwifery, Occupational Health/Advanced Community Health Nurse, Occupational Health/Family Nurse Practitioner, Pediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Perinatal Clinical Nurse Specialist, School/Advanced Community Health Nurse, Psychiatric-Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist, Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner School/Family Nurse Practitioner, Women s Health Nurse Practitioner, Course Work Core Courses: NURS 525, 526, 527, 528, and 529 are required for all concentrations. Core Support and Concentration Courses: Administrative Studies in Nursing NUSP 501, 502, 503, 504, and 505; NUPR 513; HPA 511 or MGMT 541; 3-4 hours of electives. Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, 532, 533, 536, and 537; NUSP 534 and 535; NUPR 539, 540, and 541. Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, 532, 533, 536, and 537; NUSP 534 and 535; NUPR 539, 540, and 541. Advanced Community Health Nurse NURS 525 or BSTT 400; NUSP 503, 504,505, 507, 509, and 511; NUPR 513; EOHS 400; EPID 7

8 539, 540, and 541. Advanced Community Health Nurse Specialist NURS 525 or BSTT 400; NUSP 503, 504,505, 507, 509, and 511; NUPR 513; EOHS 400; EPID 400. Family Nurse Practitioner NURS 525 or BSTT 400; NURS 531, 532 and 535; NUSP 515, 516, 517, and 518; NUPR 521, 522, 523, 524 and 528; EPID 400. Geriatric Clinical Nurse Specialist NURS 530, 531, 532, 533, 536, and 537; NUSP 534 and 535; NUPR 536, 537, and 538. Geriatric Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, 532, 533, 536, and 537; NUSP 534 and 535; NUPR 539, 540, and 541. Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist NURS 531, 532, and 533; NUSP 525, 526, 527, 528, and 529; NUPR 531 and 532. Mental Health Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, 532, and 533; NUSP 525, 526, 527, 528, and 529; NUPR 531, 532, and 533; PSCH 467 or a comparable neuroscience course approved by the advisor. Nurse Midwifery NURS 531, 532, and 535. NUSP 548, 549, 550, 555, 556, 557, 558 and 559; NUPR 572 and 573. Occupational Health/Advanced Community Health Nurse Specialist NURS 525 or BSTT 400; NUSP 503, 505, 509, 511, and 514; NUPR 513; EOHS 421, 455, 482, and 551; EPID 400. Occupational Health/Family Nurse Practitioner NURS 525 or BSTT 400; NURS 531, 532 and 535; NUSP 509, 511, 514, 515, 516, 517; NUPR 521, 522, 523, 524, 529; EOHS 421, 455, 482, and 551; EPID 400. Pediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist NURS 530, 531, 532, and 535; NUSP 551, 552, 553, and 558; NUPR 569, 570, and 571. Pediatric Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, 532, 533, and 535; NUSP 553, 554, and 558; NUPR 566, 567, and 568. Perinatal Clinical Nurse Specialist NURS 530, 531, and 532; NUSP 548, 549, 551, 552, and 558; NUPR 569, 570, and 571; 3 hours of electives. School/Advanced Community Health Nurse Specialist NURS 525 or BSTT 400; NUSP 503, 504, 505, 507, 509, 511, and 513; NUPR 514; EOHS 400; EPID 400. School/Family Nurse Practitioner NURS 525 or BSTT 400; NURS 531, 532, and 535; NUSP 505, 513, 515, 516, 517, 518; NUPR 514, 521, 522, 523, 524, and 528; EPID Family Nurse Practitioner NURS 525 or BSTT 400; NURS 531, 532 and 535; NUSP 515, 516, 517, and 518; NUPR 521, 522, 523, 524 and 528; EPID 400. Nurse-Midwifery NURS 531, 532, and 535. NUSP 548, 549, 550, 555, 556, 557, 558 and 559; NUPR 572 and 573. Occupational Health/Advanced Community Health Nurse NURS 525 or BSTT 400; NUSP 503, 505, 509, 511, and 514; NUPR 513; EOHS 421, 455, 482, and 551; EPID 400. Occupational Health/Family Nurse Practitioner NURS 525 or BSTT 400; NURS 531, 532 and 535; NUSP 509, 511, 514, 515, 516, 517; NUPR 521, 522, 523, 524, 529; EOHS 421, 455, 482, and 551; EPID 400. Pediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist NURS 530, 531, 532, and 535; NUSP 551, 552, 553, and 558; NUPR 569, 570, and 571. Pediatric Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, 532, 533, and 535; NUSP 553, 554, and 558; NUPR 566, 567, and 568. Perinatal Clinical Nurse Specialist NURS 530, 531, and 532; NUSP 548, 549, 551, 552, and 558; NUPR 569, 570, and 571. Psychiatric-Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist NURS 531, 532, and 533; NUSP 525, 526, 527, 528, and 529; NUPR 531 and 532. Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, 532, 533, and 535; NUSP 525, 526, 527, 528, and 529; NUPR 531, 532, and 533. School/Advanced Community Health Nurse NURS 525 or BSTT 400; NUSP 503, 504, 505, 507, 509, 511, and 513; NUPR 514; EOHS 400; EPID 400. School/Family Nurse Practitioner NURS 525 or BSTT 400; NURS 531, 532, and 535; NUSP 505, 513, 515, 516, 517, 518; NUPR 514, 521, 522, 523, 524, and 528; EPID 400. Women s Health Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, 532, and 535; NUSP 548, 549, 550, 555, 556, 557, 559; NUPR

9 Women s Health Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, 532, and 535; NUSP 548, 549, 550, 555, 556, 557, 559; NUPR 572. Comprehensive Examination None. Same. Thesis, Project, or Course-Work-Only Options Students select one of these options in consultation with their advisor. Thesis: In addition to the required core and concentration courses, students must earn 5 hours in NURS 598. Project: In addition to the required core and concentration courses, students must earn 3 hours in NURS 597. Course Work Only: In addition to the required core and concentration courses, students must earn 3 hours in NURS 550. Doctor of Nursing Practice Minimum Semester Hours Required At least 90 semester hours from the baccalaureate (actual hours will vary by concentration), at least 45 semester hours from the master s. Students who have previously earned a master s degree or its equivalent from UIC or another accredited institution may be granted 45 semester hours of credit toward the doctoral degree if approved by the Director of Graduate Studies. Same. Doctor of Nursing Practice Same. Course Work BSN to DNP Curriculum: Core Practice Competency Courses (29-32 hours) NURS 525, 526, 527, 528, 529, 550, 551, and 552; NUSP 502 and 503; EPID 400 or 403; BHIS 510. (Students in the Advanced Community Health Nurse Specialist, Occupational Health/Advanced Community Health Nurse Specialist, and Occupational Health/Family Nurse Practitioner concentrations are not required to take NUSP 502.) BSN to DNP Curriculum: Specialty-Specific and Role Competency Courses (38 51 hours). Acute Care Clinical Nurse Specialist NURS 530, 531, 532, 533, 536, and 537; NUSP 534 and 535; NUPR 536, 537, and 538; 6 hours of electives. Acute Care Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, 532, 533, 536, and 537; NUSP 534 and 535; NUPR 539, 540, and 541; 6 hours of electives. Course Work BSN to DNP Curriculum: Core Practice Competency Courses (32 hours) NURS 525, 526, 527, 528, 529, 550, 551, 552, 553, and 554; EPID 400 or 403; BHIS 510. (Students in the Advanced Community Health Nurse and Occupational Health/Advanced Community Health Nurse concentrations will take NUSP 503 in lieu of NURS 553.) *Changes reflect accompanying DNP revision proposal. BSN to DNP Curriculum: Specialty-Specific and Role Competency Courses (38 51 hours). Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, 532, 533, 536, and 537; NUSP 534 and 535; NUPR 539, 540, and 541; 3 hours of electives. Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, 532, 533, 536, and 537; NUSP 534 and 535; NUPR 539, 540, 541, 9

10 Adult/Geriatric Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, 532, 533, 536, and 537; NUSP 534 and 535; NUPR 539, 540, 541, and 542. Adult Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, 532, 533, 536, and 537; NUSP 534 and 535; NUPR 539, 540, and 541; 6 hours of electives. Advanced Community Health Nurse Specialist NUSP 504, 505, 509, 511, 588, 589, and 591; NUPR 592; EOHS 400; 6 hours of selectives in area of specialization; 7 hours of electives. Family Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, 532 and 535; NUSP 515, 516, 517, 518, and 590; NUPR 521, 522, 523, 524 and 528. Geriatric Clinical Nurse Specialist NURS 530, 531, 532, 533, 536, and 537; NUSP 534 and 535; NUPR 536, 537, and 538; 5 hours of electives. Geriatric Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, 532, 533, 536, and 537; NUSP 534 and 535; NUPR 539, 540, and 541; 5 hours of electives. Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist NURS 531, 532, and 533; NUSP 525, 526, 527, 528, and 529; NUPR 531 and 532; 5 hours of electives. Mental Health Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, 532, and 533; NUSP 525, 526, 527, 528, and 529; NUPR 531, 532, and 533; PSCH 467 or a comparable neuroscience course approved by the advisor; 2 hours of electives. Nurse Midwifery NURS 531, 532, and 535. NUSP 548, 549, 550, 555, 556, 557, 558 and 559; NUPR 572 and 573. Occupational Health/Advanced Community Health Nurse Specialist NUSP 505, 509, 511, 514, 588, 589, and 591; NUPR 592; EOHS 421, 455, 482, and 551; 9 hours of electives. Occupational Health/Family Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, 532 and 535; NUSP 509, 511, 514, 515, 516, 517; NUPR 521, 522, 523, 524, and 529; EOHS 421, 455, 482, and 551. Pediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist NURS 530, 531, 532, and 535; NUSP 551, 552, 553, and 558; NUPR 569, 570, and 571; 5 hours of electives. Pediatric Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, 532, 533, and 535; NUSP 553, 554, and 558; NUPR 566, 567, and 568; 6 hours of electives. Perinatal Clinical Nurse Specialist NURS 530, 531, and 532; NUSP 548, 549, 551, 552, and 558; NUPR 569, 570, and 571; 8 hours of electives. School/Family Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, and 542. Advanced Community Health Nurse NUSP 504, 505, 509, 511, 588, 589, and 591; NUPR 592; EOHS 400; 6 hours of selectives in area of specialization; 4 hours of electives. Family Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, 532 and 535; NUSP 515, 516, 517, 518, and 590; NUPR 521, 522, 523, 524 and 528. Nurse Midwifery NURS 531, 532, and 535. NUSP 548, 549, 550, 555, 556, 557, 558 and 559; NUPR 572 and 573. Occupational Health/Advanced Community Health Nurse NUSP 505, 509, 511, 514, 588, 589, and 591; NUPR 592; EOHS 421, 455, 482, and 551; 6 hours of electives. Occupational Health/Family Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, 532 and 535; NUSP 509, 511, 514, 515, 516, 517; NUPR 521, 522, 523, 524, and 529; EOHS 421, 455, 482, and 551. Pediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist NURS 530, 531, 532, and 535; NUSP 551, 552, 553, and 558; NUPR 569, 570, and 571; 3 hours of electives. Pediatric Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, 532, 533, and 535; NUSP 553, 554, and 558; NUPR 566, 567, and 568; 4 hours of electives. Perinatal Clinical Nurse Specialist NURS 530, 531, and 532; NUSP 548, 549, 551, 552, and 558; NUPR 569, 570, and 571; 6 hours of electives. Psychiatric-Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist NURS 531, 532, and 533; NUSP 525, 526, 527, 528, and 529; NUPR 531 and 532; 3 hours of electives. Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, 532, 533, and 535; NUSP 525, 526, 527, 528, and 529; NUPR 531, 532, and 533. School/Family Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, 532, and 535; NUSP 505, 513, 515, 516, 517, 518; NUPR 514, 521, 522, 523, 524, and 528. Women s Health Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, 532, and 535; NUSP 548, 549, 550, 555, 556, 557, 559; NUPR 572. *Changes also reflect accompanying DNP revision proposal. 10

11 532, and 535; NUSP 505, 513, 515, 516, 517, 518; NUPR 514, 521, 522, 523, 524, and 528. Women s Health Nurse Practitioner NURS 531, 532, and 535; NUSP 548, 549, 550, 555, 556, 557, 559; NUPR 572. BSN to DNP Curriculum: DNP Synthesis Project and DNP Residency (20 hours) NURS 560, 561, and 562; NUPR 582 or 586, 583 or 587. Same. MS to DNP Curriculum: Core Practice Competency Courses (25 hours) EPID 400 or 403; BHIS 510; NURS 550, 551, and 552; NUSP 502 and 503; 3 hours of graduate-level electives to support Direct Care or Systems- Focused practice. MS to DNP Curriculum, Concentration in Executive Nursing Leadership: Core Practice Competency Courses (31 hours) EPID 400 or 403; NURS 550, 551, and 552; NUSP 580, 581, 582, 583, 584, 585 (at least 1 hour); 5 hours of graduate-level electives (may include additional hours of NUSP 585). MSN to DNP Curriculum: DNP Synthesis Project and DNP Residency (20 hours) NURS 560, 561, and 562; NUPR 582 or 586, 583 or 587. Preliminary Examination Required. Same. MS to DNP Curriculum: Core Practice Competency Courses (25 hours) EPID 400 or 403; BHIS 510; NURS 550, 551, 552, 553, and 554; 3 hours of graduate-level electives. MS to DNP Curriculum, Concentration in Executive Nursing Leadership: Core Practice Competency Courses (31 hours) EPID 400 or 403; NURS 550, 552, and 554; NUSP 580, 581, 582, 583, 584, 585 (at least 1 hour); 5 hours of graduate-level electives (may include additional hours of NUSP 585). MSN to DNP Curriculum: DNP Synthesis Project and DNP Practicum (20 hours) NURS 560, 561, and 562; NUPR 584 and 585. *Changes reflect accompanying DNP revision proposal. Revised Courses: NUPR 524 Advanced Clinical Practice in Primary Care II 2 TO 5 hours. Practicum emphasizing evidence-based clinical evaluation, differential diagnosis, health promotion, disease prevention, and management of common to complex health problems and comorbidities across the lifespan. Prerequisite(s): NUPR 523 and credit or concurrent registration in NUSP 517. NUPR 531 Clinical Practicum in Behavioral Health I 3 TO 7 hours. Advanced nursing management of common mental health problems. Emphasis on primary care and community settings. Assessment, triage, case management, emergency care and brief interventions. May be repeated. Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent registration in NUSP 527. NUPR 539 Nurse Practitioner Practicum I: Management of Health and Illness in Adults 4 TO 5 hours. Practicum emphasizing clinical evaluation, health promotion, differential diagnosis, symptom management, education and case management of adults with complex health problems that may be acute, episodic, or chronic. Prerequisite(s): NUSP 534. NUPR 540 Nurse Practitioner Practicum II: Management of Health and Illness in Adults 4 TO 5 hours. Practicum emphasizing clinical evaluation, health promotion, differential diagnosis, symptom management, education and case management of adults with complex health problems that may 11

12 be acute, episodic, or chronic. Prerequisite(s): NUPR 539 and credit or concurrent registration in NUSP 535. NUPR 541 Nurse Practitioner Practicum III: Management of Health and Illness in Adults 4 TO 5 hours. Practicum emphasizing clinical evaluation, health promotion, differential diagnosis, symptom management, education and case management of adults with complex health problems that may be acute, episodic, or chronic. Prerequisite(s): NUPR 540. NUPR 566 Practicum in Advanced Pediatric Primary Care I 1 TO 5 hours. Emphasizes clinical experiences in prevention, health promotion and maintenance through teaching, counseling, guidance and support of children and their families. May be repeated. Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent registration in NUSP 553. NUPR 567 Practicum in Advanced Pediatric Primary Care II 1 TO 5 hours. Emphasizes clinical experiences and management of acute episodic and stable chronic illnesses commonly encountered in pediatric ambulatory health care settings. May be repeated. Prerequisite(s): NUPR 566. NUPR 568 Practicum in Advanced Pediatric Primary Care III 1 TO 5 hours. Emphasizes clinical experiences that integrate prevention, health promotion and maintenance, and clinical management of acute episodic and stable chronic illnesses commonly encountered in pediatric ambulatory health care settings. May be repeated. Prerequisite(s): NUPR 567. NUPR 569 Pediatric and Perinatal Clinical Nurse Specialist Practicum I 3 TO 6 hours. The application of advanced knowledge of theory and research to care for pediatric and perinatal patients and families who require the care of a clinical nurse specialist. May be repeated. Prerequisite(s): NURS 530 and NURS 531 and NURS 532 and NUSP 558 and credit or concurrent registration in NUSP 551. NUPR 570 Pediatric and Perinatal Clinical Nurse Specialist Practicum II 3 TO 6 hours. The application of theory and research related to pediatric and perinatal nursing personnel and the healthcare organization; systematic assessment for problem identification and outcome evaluation. May be repeated. Prerequisite(s): NUSP 552 and NUPR 569. NUPR 571 Pediatric and Perinatal Clinical Nurse Specialist Practicum III 3 TO 6 hours. The application of theory and research for expansion of professional role competencies related to pediatric and perinatal nursing personnel and the healthcare organization. May be repeated. Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent registration in NUPR 570. NURS 532 Comprehensive Health Assessment for Advanced Practice 2 hours. Building on prior basic history and physical exam skills, covers physical, psychosocial, developmental, occupational, sexual, and cultural assessment across the lifespan, emphasizing normal and abnormal finding differences and documentation. Prerequisite(s): NURS 210 or the equivalent or consent of the instructor. Courses to be dropped (eventually): 536 Clinical Nurse Specialist Practicum I: Adult Health and Illness 4 hours. Practicum emphasizing clinical practice, education, research and consultation related to the care of adults with acute and chronic health problems. Prerequisite(s): NUSP

13 537 Clinical Nurse Specialist Practicum II: Adult Health and Illness 4 hours. Practicum emphasizing clinical practice, education, research and consultation related to the care of adults with acute and chronic health problems. Prerequisite(s): NUSP 535 and NUPR Clinical Nurse Specialist Practicum III: Adult Health and Illness 3 hours. Practicum emphasizing clinical practice, education, research and consultation related to the care of adults with acute and chronic health problems. Prerequisite(s): NUPR 537. NUPR 542 Nurse Practitioner Practicum IV: Management of Health and Illness in Adults 4 hours. Practicum emphasizing clinical evaluation, health promotion, differential diagnosis, symptom management, education and case management of adults with complex health problems that may be acute, episodic, or chronic. Prerequisite(s): NUPR

14 Delivered-To: From: "Autym Humann" To: Subject: FW: Degree Requirements Revision - College of Nursing Date: Fri, 11 Feb :08: X-Mailer: Microsoft Office Outlook 12.0 Thread-Index: AcvKCjeCt75VJZ3FSXCO5WUHyydUgQAA8hHA X-UIC-Note: Local Origin X-Scanned-By: MIMEDefang 2.56 on X-Spam-Status: unchecked - local origin proc. Hi Tracy, Please see Larry Grimms response below to your degree revision. If you need any other information please let me know. Thanks! Autym M. Humann Graduate Coordinator Department of Psychology University of Illinois at Chicago 1007 W. Harrison St. Chicago, IL From: On Behalf Of Dr. Larry Grimm Sent: Friday, February 11, :39 AM To: Autym Humann Cc: Gary Raney; Karla Rivera Ruiz Subject: Re: Degree Requirements Revision - College of Nursing I have no problem with this. Larry On Fri, Feb 11, 2011 at 10:32 AM, Autym Humann wrote: The College of Nursing is proposing a degree requirement change to their Mental Health Nurse Practitioner concentration within their MA and DNP degree programs. As it currently stands they require the students in these programs to take PSCH467, they would like to remove this requirement and replace it with a course from their college that other Nursing students are required to take. The Office of Programs and Academic Assessment asked the College of Nursing to notify us of their change and ask if we have any objections. Please let me know if you object to this change, if not I will confirm with them that our department is ok with their proposed changes. Thanks, Autym M. Humann Graduate Coordinator Department of Psychology University of Illinois at Chicago 1007 W. Harrison St. Chicago, IL

15 -- Larry Grimm, Ph.D. UIC Director of Graduate Studies in Psychology Dept. of Psychology 1007 W. Harrison m/c 285 Chicago Illinois Dept Website:

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