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2 Table of Contents Ameritas Hispanic Pathways (July 2013)... 3 Post Masters to Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Entry Option (Oct. 2013)... 7 Bachelor of Science in Nursing to Doctor of Nursing Practice Entry Option (Oct. 2013) Post Doctoral Nurse Practitioner Certificates (Oct. 2013) Additional NURU courses and change to DNPU 708 (Oct. 2013) Addendum

3 Addendum Explanation: Ameritas College of Brandman University is now Ameritas Hispanic Pathways, effective July Associate of Arts and Baccalaureate degrees previously offered through Ameritas College of Brandman University are no longer available. The Ameritas Hispanic Pathways will offer a pathway into Brandman s Associate of Arts in General Education. The Ameritas Hispanic Pathways addendum below replaces pages of the Brandman University Catalog. Ameritas Hispanic Pathways Catalog Addendum Ameritas Hispanic Pathways Mission Statement The Ameritas Hispanic Pathways (AHP) mission is to provide Hispanic students the opportunity to succeed in transitioning into Brandman s Associate degree program, and ultimately earn their college degree. Ameritas Hispanic Pathways increases students college preparedness through its use of dual language academic instruction, bilingual counseling and technology, and enhanced student support services in an environment that values their culture and language. Ameritas Hispanic Pathways Description Ameritas Hispanic Pathways is Brandman University s 10-course, 30-credit General Education offering designed for Hispanic learners. With its innovative Dual Language English Immersion (DLEI) approach, Ameritas Hispanic Pathways provides instruction and builds literacy by incorporating English-language instruction within the context of the subject matter. This means that English is both the medium of instruction and the object of instruction. As such, student learning outcomes focus on both content and language proficiency. Students will complete the Ameritas Hispanic Pathways 30-credit General Education courses at Brandman University. The Ameritas Hispanic Pathways 10-course sequence focuses on General Education classes with Spanish language support to prepare students for the many undergraduate degree options offered by Brandman University. This 10-course sequence is comprised of general education courses that are specifically designed to transition students into Brandman s degree programs better prepared to successfully earn their college degree. To read Ameritas Hispanic Pathways information in Spanish, visit Para leer sobre Ameritas Hispanic Pathways en Español, visite ameritas.brandman.edu/es Addendum

4 Admissions Students with up to 12 transferable baccalaureate credits that apply to the 30 credits designated in the Ameritas Hispanic Pathways may apply to the Associate of Arts Degree. Prospective students should consult the staff of Ameritas Hispanic Pathways of Brandman University on the campus they wish to attend for specific information regarding enrollment forms and formal application procedures. Associate of Arts in General Education via Ameritas Hispanic Pathways Students wishing to be admitted to the Associate of Arts in General Education via Ameritas Hispanic Pathways must meet the following admissions criteria. 1. Completed application package. 2. Official High School Diploma or GED equivalency. 3. Official transcripts from ALL colleges and universities attended. Only credits from regionally accredited institutions may be accepted in transfer. Failure to report any previous academic work at another college or university may be considered a violation of academic integrity. 4. Applicants must complete a placement test to identify their level of English and Spanish proficiency. Students must demonstrate language proficiency in both languages to at least a high A2 level as defined by the Common European Framework of Reference prior to enrollment. Dual Enrollment Ameritas Hispanic Pathways encourages High School and GED students to enroll in specific college courses through dual enrollment. It is not designed to serve as formal admission into Brandman University or any other post-secondary institution. Non-degree seeking students who have not completed their High School diploma or GED may enroll in LBSU 100 and LBSU 101 only. Acceptance of these courses for transfer to other institutions is solely at the discretion of the receiving institution. Eligibility for High School Students: High School students must meet the following requirements in order to seek dual enrollment as a nondegree seeking student: 1. High School certification of senior status, as defined by the school or successfully passed 75% of the required units needed to graduate from high school. 2. High School cumulative G.P.A. of Written approval from the counselor or principal of the student s high school and a signed permission form from a parent or legal guardian if he or she is under 18 years of age. 4. A minimum score on the English and Spanish proficiency placement tests of a high A2 level, as defined by the Common European Framework of Reference Addendum

5 Eligibility for GED Students: Students enrolled in an adult school General Education Development (GED) certification program must meet the following requirements for dual enrollment as a non-degree seeking student: 1. Official enrollment in a GED Preparation Course at an adult school. 2. Verification of a successful pass of the Reading content area and one other content area of the 2013 GED examination. Beginning January 2014, verification of a successful pass of the Literacy content area and one other content area. 3. Written approval from the adult school Counselor or Principal. 4. A minimum score on the English and Spanish proficiency placement tests of a high A2 level, as defined by the Common European Framework of Reference. Graduation Requirements Associate of Arts Degree in General Education Refer to graduation requirements for the Associate of Arts Degree in General Education in the School of Arts and Sciences. Students in the Ameritas Hispanic Pathways must complete the following: 18 of the 30 credits must be completed in residence. LBSU 100, LBSU 101, LBSU 105 and SPNU 110 cannot be satisfied in transfer. Students who are admitted to the Associate of Arts in General Education Program through Ameritas Hispanic Pathways will begin their studies with the following sequence of courses: LBSU 100, LBSU 101, ENGU 103, ENGU 104, and LBSU 105. LBSU 100 and/or LBSU 101 and ENGU 103 may be taken concurrently; and ENGU 104 and LBSU 105 may be taken concurrently. Language Learning Outcomes: Due to Ameritas Hispanic Pathways focus on developing English and Spanish language skills, courses in the 10-course sequence also have defined Language Learning Outcomes, specifically: Listening: Understand main points in well-structured live lectures, recordings, and videos on general interest topics and on more detailed discipline-specific topics. (English and Spanish) Speaking: Describe general interest topics and more detailed discipline-specific topics in a straightforward manner without difficulty so that they can be easily followed. (English and Spanish) Interacting: Engage in unprepared conversations with one or more individuals on general interest topics and more detailed discipline-specific topics and maintain a relatively steady flow of dialogue. (English and Spanish) Reading: Identify specific topics in written resources, determine main ideas (and supporting) idea(s) of readings, and follow instructions for general activities and more detailed disciplinespecific activities. (English) Addendum

6 Writing: Write clear descriptions, explanations, and/or instructions for general activities and more detailed discipline-specific activities. (English) Ameritas Hispanic Pathways of Brandman University 10-Course Sequence General Education Requirements A. BASIC SKILLS (12 credits) Course Code Course Name COMU 101 Public Speaking I 3 ENGU 103 Writing and Rhetoric 3 ENGU 104 Critical Thinking and Writing about Literature 3 MATU 103 Applied Mathematics 3 B. BREADTH REQUIREMENTS (12 credits) Humanities (6 credits) Course Code Course Name SPNU 110 Spanish for the Dual Language Professional 3 LBSU 101 Success Strategies for the Dual Language Learner 3 Natural Sciences (3 credits) Course Code Course Name FSNU 200 Human Nutrition 3 Social Sciences (3 credits) Courses Code Course Name PSYU 101 Introduction to Psychology 3 C. LIBERAL EDUCATION FOUNDATIONS (6 credits) Course Code Course Name LBSU 100 Student Success Strategies 3 LBSU 105 Academic Foundations 3 (TOTAL CREDITS) Addendum

7 The addendum below replaces pages of the Brandman University Catalog. Post Masters to Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Entry Option Course Delivery The Post Masters to DNP program is designed for the working advanced practice nurse. Students take 1 course for nine 8 week sessions and 2 courses per session for one 8 week session. The program is completed in 10 sessions. The School of Nursing and Health Professions programs blend three instructional strategies to produce an engaged learning curriculum. The first strategy is immersion. Our programs include face-to-face meetings conducted at the Irvine campus in 3 to 4 day sessions. Immersion sessions are conducted 2 times during the program; at the beginning and at the middle of the program. During these immersion sessions, students may receive orientation instruction, work as teams with peers and mentors, participate in demonstrations, exercises, assessments or evaluations, and present their work on scholarship projects to peers, faculty, and community members. Many courses may include additional real-time instruction via web conference, phone conference, and/or live chat sessions. The second strategy is practical experience. Our programs include internships or supervised clinical practice residencies conducted where the student lives or works. The third is self-directed study. Courses include online lectures, discussions, social networking, demonstrations, tutorials, readings, and/or other homework. Admission to the Program Admission into the Post Master s Degree to DNP is twice a year in August (Fall 1) and January (Spring 1). Application Deadline: Post Masters to DNP Priority application deadline for Fall 1, 2013 admission is May 15, Final completed application deadline for Fall 1, 2013 admission is August 15, Priority application deadline for the Spring 1, 2014 admission is October 30, Final completed application deadline for Spring 1, 2014 admission is December 1, Admission Requirements 1. Complete a School of Nursing and Health Professions application available online at 2. Master of Science Degree in Nursing from a Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) or a National League of Nursing Accreditation Commission (NLNAC) accredited program with Advanced Practice Specialty [Nurse Practitioner (NP) Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS), Nurse Midwife (CNM), or Nurse Anesthetist (CNA)]. 3. National certification as an advanced practice nurse (or eligible to take National Certification exam) Addendum

8 4. Official transcripts from all regionally accredited institutions where post-baccalaureate coursework was completed or attempted (where you were granted a masters degree). 5. Current and detailed resume or curriculum vita. 6. Self-evaluation and goal statement. 7. Three letters of recommendation. 8. Unencumbered Registered Nurse (RN) license in state where you plan to do your clinical hours. 9. Unencumbered Advanced Practice RN license in state where you plan to do your clinical hours. 10. Unencumbered Advanced Practice RN license is not required of CNS or other advanced practice nurse if license is not required by their state to practice, or if in the process of taking national certification exam in specialty. 11. Personal interview as needed. Needed by first immersion in CertifiedBackground.com: 1. Proof of a negative TB Skin Test current at the time of immersion. 2. Proof of completion of Hepatitis A and B immunization or titer. 3. Proof of two doses of MMR or titer. 4. Proof of Tetanus/Diphtheria (Tdap) immunization within the past 5 years. 5. Proof of Chicken Pox (Varicella) immunization or titer. 6. Background Clearance. 7. Copy of current CPR Level C Certification (Health Care Provider) that will not be expiring in the next 12 months. 8. Proof of current negative drug screen. 9. Proof of annual influenza immunization. 10. Additional laboratory tests, immunizations, and/or documentation may be required for clinical residency hours by certain health care agencies. 11. Professional Liability Insurance (1mil/3mil). Transfer of Coursework Brandman University awards a maximum of 40 semester credits as a block transfer from a regionally accredited Master of Science Degree in Nursing program toward the Doctor of Nursing Practice degree. Credits transferred in as a block credit from the Master of Science degree in Nursing may be transferred in regardless of the year the courses for the degree were taken. This supersedes the University s sevenyear rule limitation. In addition, a student adding a specialty may transfer in up to an additional 12 credits towards the specialty program that is being added. Degree requirements for the Post Masters to Doctor of Nursing Practice entry option: (73 credit hours). To be awarded the Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree, students may transfer a maximum of 40 hours from the MSN degree, and must take a minimum of 33 credit hours, which includes 510 clinical Addendum

9 residency hours at Brandman University. To transfer in any of the doctoral courses listed below, requires approval by petition. This program is designed to follow the guidelines and DNP essentials as set forth by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN). Clinical courses are graded Pass/No Pass. A Pass is equivalent to a B grade. Course DNP Course Title DNPU 700 Healthcare Policy, Organization and Delivery 3 *DNPU 701 Biostatistics for Clinical Practice 3 DNPU 702 Innovations in Technology and Information Access 3 DNPU 703 Leading Through Innovation 3 *DNPU 704 Evidence-Based Thinking for Scholarship and Practice III 3 DNPU 705 Health Communication 3 DNPU 706 Transforming Healthcare Through Outcomes Management 3 DNPU 707 Clinical Residency I (255 clinical hours) 3 DNPU 708 Application of DNP Clinical Scholarly Project 3 DNPU 709 Clinical Residency II (255 clinical hours) 3 DNPU 710 Seminar in Evidence-Based Thinking for Scholarship and Practice 3 Total Course Credit in Post Master s Program 33 Transfer from Master of Science Degree 40 Total Credits for the DNP 73 * Students in these courses are required to attend the face-to-face immersion. Students Adding a Specialty: The national certifying bodies require that all students applying for new certification must have taken Advanced Health Assessment, Advanced Pathophysiology and Advanced Pharmacology (all across the lifespan for 3 credits each). Applicants may transfer in these courses from their MSN or will need to take them as part of their added specialty program to be qualified to sit for the National Boards upon successful completion of the added specialty. If NURU 603 is taken at Brandman to satisfy this requirement it is a 4 credit course. Each applicant will have an individual education plan created for them after transcript review. Applicants may transfer in up to 12 credits toward this added specialty. Students adding a specialty do not take DNPU 707 or DNPU 709 as they are taking their clinical hours for the DNP as supervised hours in their 2 added clinical practicum courses. Total Course Credit in Post Master s Program 27 Transfer Credits from Master of Science Degree 40 Added Specialty (See Below) Addendum

10 Course Adult-Geriatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Specialty NURU 631 Palliative Care and Pain Management 3 NURU 632 Management in Adult-Geriatric Acute Care 3 *NURU 633 Practicum in Adult-Geriatric Acute Care (255 clinical hours) 3 NURU 634 Complex and Chronic Problems in Adult-Geriatric Acute Care 3 **NURU 635 Practicum for Complex and Chronic Problems in Adult-Geriatric Acute Care 3 (255 clinical hours) Total Credits for the DNP adding a specialty 92 Course Adult Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Specialty NURU 631 Palliative Care and Pain Management 3 NURU 662 Management of Common Problems in the Adult and Aging Adult 3 NURU 664 Complex and Chronic Problems in the Adult and Aging Adult 3 *NURU 666 Practicum in Care of the Adult (255 clinical hours with adults) 3 **NURU 668 Practicum in Care of Complex and Chronic Problems in the Adult 3 (255 clinical hours) Total Credits for the DNP adding a specialty 92 Course Family Psychiatric & Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Specialty NURU 641 Psychopharmacology Across the Lifespan 3 NURU 642 Management in Lifespan Psychiatric and Mental Health Care 3 *NURU 643 Practicum in Psychotherapeutic Treatment Modalities (255 clinical hours) 3 NURU 644 Complex and Chronic Problems in Family Psychiatric Care 3 **NURU 645 Practicum for Complex and Chronic Problems in Family Psychiatric Care 3 (255 clinical hours) Total Credits for the DNP adding a specialty 92 Course Geriatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Specialty NURU 631 Palliative Care and Pain Management Addendum

11 NURU 662 Management of Common Problems in the Adult and Aging Adult 3 NURU 664 Complex and Chronic Problems in the Adult and Aging Adult 3 *NURU 667 Practicum in Care of the Aging Adult (255 clinical hours with the aging adult) 3 **NURU 669 Practicum in Care of Complex and Chronic Problems in the Aging Adult 3 (255 clinical hours with the aging adult) Total Credits for the DNP adding a specialty 92 Course Neonatal Nurse Practitioner NURU 651 Embryology 3 NURU 652 Advanced Practice Nursing in Neonatal Acute Care 3 *NURU 653 Practicum for Neonatal Acute Care (255 clinical hours) 3 NURU 654 Complex and Chronic Problems in Neonates 3 **NURU 655 Practicum for Complex and Chronic Problems in Neonates (255 clinical hours) 3 Total Credits for the DNP adding a specialty 92 Course Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Acute Care Specialty NURU 622 Management in Pediatric Acute Care 3 *NURU 623 Practicum in Pediatric Acute Care (255 clinical hours) 3 NURU 624 Complex and Chronic Problems in Pediatric Acute Care 3 **NURU 625 Practicum for Complex and Chronic Problems in Pediatric Acute Care 3 (255 clinical hours) NURU 651 Embryology 3 Total Credits for the DNP adding a specialty 92 *These courses are taken instead of DNPU 707 **These courses are taken instead of DNPU Addendum

12 The addendum below replaces pages of the Brandman University Catalog. Bachelor of Science in Nursing to Doctor of Nursing Practice Entry Option Course Delivery The Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing (BSN) to Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program is designed for the registered nurse who desires to be an advanced practice nurse. Students complete the program in 3 years: 2 years of the program as part-time study, taking 1 course per 8-week session and a third year as full-time study, taking 2 courses per 8 week session. When students are in the third year of the program, they may need to reduce work hours to accommodate time to complete clinical hours. The School of Nursing and Health Professions programs blend three instructional strategies to produce an engaged learning curriculum. The first strategy is immersion. Our programs include face-to-face meetings conducted at the Irvine campus in 4 day sessions. During these immersion sessions, students may receive orientation instruction; work as teams with peers and mentors; participate in demonstrations, exercises, assessments or evaluations; complete hands-on skills training in a simulation center using standardized patients, manikins, or three-dimensional gaming; or present their work on scholarship projects to peers, faculty, and community members. Many courses may include additional real-time instruction via web conference, phone conference, or live chat sessions. The second strategy is practical experience. Our programs include internships or supervised clinical practice residencies conducted where the student lives or works. The third strategy is self-directed study. All courses include online lectures, discussions, social networking, demonstrations, tutorials, readings, and/or other homework. Admission to the Program Admission into the BSN to DNP is once a year in January (Spring I). Application Deadline The First Priority application deadline for Spring 1, 2014 admission is April 1, 2013 Priority application deadline for Spring I, 2014 admission is October 30, Final completed application deadline for Spring I, 2014 admission is December 1, 2013 Admission Requirements 1. Complete a School of Nursing and Health Professions application available online at 2. Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing from a Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) or a National League of Nursing Accreditation Commission (NLNAC) accredited program. Applicants who have a Bachelors in something else and have completed either a Post- Baccalaureate Certificate in Nursing, or the equivalent of the BSN in the first year of a Master Entry Nursing Program, passed the NCLEX and are licensed, may be considered for admission Addendum

13 3. Students can be admitted to this degree program under Option One, Three, or Four only (see Requirements for Admission policy in the Graduate Catalog). 4. Official transcripts from the regionally accredited Baccalaureate degree granting institution. 5. Official transcripts from all regionally accredited institutions where post-baccalaureate coursework was completed or attempted. 6. Graduate Record Exam (GRE): Analytical Writing Score (minimum score of 4.0) from the General Test. Request that scores be sent electronically to Brandman University. See web site (Not required if you have a masters degree or higher from a regionally accredited institution.) 7. Current and detailed resume or curriculum vita. 8. Self-evaluation and goal statement. 9. Three recommendations. 10. Unencumbered California Registered Nurse (RN) license (may have a temporary license), or date for NCLEX scheduled before classes start. NCLEX must be passed for enrollment with application for license pending. 11. Unencumbered RN license from the state where you plan to do your clinical hours, or date for NCLEX scheduled before classes start. NCLEX must be passed for enrollment with application for license pending. 12. Personal interview as needed. Needed by first immersion in CertifiedBackground.com: 1. Proof of a negative TB Skin Test current at the time of immersion. 2. Proof of completion of Hepatitis A and B immunization or titer. 3. Proof of two doses of MMR or titer. 4. Proof of Tetanus/Diphtheria (Tdap) immunization within the past 5 years. 5. Proof of Chicken Pox (Varicella) immunization or titer. 6. Background Clearance. 7. Copy of current CPR Level C Certification (Health Care Provider) that will not be expiring in the next 12 months. 8. Proof of current negative drug screen. 9. Proof of annual Influenza Immunization. 10. Additional laboratory tests, immunizations, and/or documentation may be required for clinical courses by certain health care agencies. 11. Professional Liability Insurance (1mil/3mil). Transfer Credit A maximum of 15 semester graduate credits may be transferred in per the Transfer Credit policy (see Graduate Academic Policies and Procedures). Degree Requirements To be awarded the Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree, students must complete 73 credit hours, which include 1020 clinical residency hours. This program is designed following the guidelines and DNP Addendum

14 essentials as set forth by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) and the National Association of Nurse Practitioner Faculty (NONPF). All students must take the following: Graduate Science Core Courses (15 credits) Advanced Practice Core Courses (19 credits) DNP Essentials (24 Credits) Specialty Courses (15 credits) Students will choose one of the following specialties: Adult-Geriatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Family Psychiatric & Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Adult-Geriatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Pediatric Nurse Practitioner: Acute Care This specialty program is designed following the guidelines and DNP essentials as set forth by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) and National Association of Nurse Practitioner Faculty (NONPF). Students graduating from this program will be eligible to sit for certification by their national certification board (American Nurses Credentialing Center [ANCC] American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP), or Pediatric Nursing Certification Board [PNCB]) and apply for licensure as an advanced practice nurse in the State where they plan to practice. All courses must be passed with a grade of B or higher. Clinical Residency Courses are graded Pass/No Pass. A Pass is equivalent to a B grade. Course Graduate Science Core *NURU 600 Theoretical Foundations of Evidence-based and Advanced Practice Nursing 3 NURU 601 Transitions in Practice: The Advanced Practice Nurse as DNP 3 NURU 602 Developmental, Cultural and Spiritual Care Across the Lifespan 3 *DNPU 701 Biostatistics for Clinical Practice 3 *DNPU 704 Evidence-based Thinking for Scholarship and Practice III 3 Total Credits for Graduate Science Core 15 Course DNP Essentials DNPU 700 Healthcare Policy, Organization and Delivery 3 DNPU 702 Innovations in Technology and Information Access 3 DNPU 703 Leading Through Innovation 3 DNPU 705 Health Communication 3 DNPU 706 Transforming Healthcare through Outcomes Management 3 DNPU 707 Clinical Residency I (255 clinical hours) Addendum

15 DNPU 708 Application of DNP Clinical Scholarly Project 3 DNPU 710 Seminar in Evidence-Based Thinking for Scholarship and Practice 3 Total Credits for DNP Essentials 24 Course Advanced Practice Core #* *NURU 604 Clinical Practicum: Advanced Health Assessment Across the Lifespan and Cultures (255 Clinical Hours) 3 # # NURU 609 Genetics Across the Lifespan 3 NURU 610 Synthesis of Advanced Practice Management, Role and EBP 3 Total Credits for Advanced Practice Core 19 # These three courses are considered part of the specialty for Post Master students adding a specialty. Course Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Specialty NURU 651 Embryology 3 *NURU 652 Advanced Practice Nursing in Neonatal Acute Care 3 *NURU 653 Practicum for Neonatal Acute Care (255 Clinical Hours) 3 *NURU 654 Complex and Chronic Problems in Neonates 3 *NURU 655 Practicum for Complex and Chronic Problems in Neonates (255 Clinical Hours) 3 Total Credits for Neonatal Nurse Practitioner 15 Course Pediatric Nurse Practitioner: Acute Care Specialty NURU 651 Embryology 3 *NURU 622 Management in Pediatric Acute Care 3 *NURU 623 Practicum in Pediatric Acute Care (255 Clinical Hours) 3 *NURU 624 Complex and Chronic Problems in Pediatric Acute Care 3 *NURU 625 Practicum for Complex and Chronic Problems in Pediatric Acute Care 3 (255 Clinical Hours) Total Credits for Pediatric Nurse Practitioner: Acute Care 15 Course Adult-Geriatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Specialty NURU 631 Palliative Care and Pain Management 3 *NURU 632 Management in Adult-Geriatric Acute Care 3 *NURU 633 Practicum in Adult-Geriatric Acute Care (255 Clinical Hours) 3 *NURU 634 Complex and Chronic Problems in Adult-Geriatric Acute Care 3 *NURU 635 Practicum for Complex and Chronic Problems in Adult-Geriatric Acute Care 3 (255 Clinical Hours) Total Credits for Adult-Geriatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner 15 Course Family Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Addendum

16 NURU 641 Psychopharmacology Across the Lifespan 3 *NURU 642 Management in Lifespan Psychiatric and Mental Health Care 3 *NURU 643 Practicum in Psychotherapeutic Treatment Modalities (255 Clinical Hours) 3 *NURU 644 Complex and Chronic Problems in Family Psychiatric Care 3 *NURU 645 Practicum for Complex and Chronic Problems in Family Psychiatric Care 3 (255 Clinical Hours) Total Credits for Family Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner 15 Course Adult-Geriatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner NURU 631 Palliative Care and Pain Management 3 *NURU 662 Management of Common Problems in the Adult and Aging Adult 3 *NURU 663 Practicum in Care of the Adult and Aging Adult (255 Clinical Hours) 3 *NURU 664 Complex and Chronic Problems in the Adult and Aging Adult 3 *NURU 665 Practicum for Complex and Chronic Problems in the Adult and Aging Adult 3 (255 Clinical Hours) Total Credits for Adult-Geriatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner 15 Total Specialty Course Credits 15 Total Course Credits for the Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree 73 *Students in these courses are required to attend the face-to-face immersion Students Adding a Second Specialty: Students in the BSN to DNP program may opt to add an additional specialty to their program. They may apply to add this additional specialty after they have completed 510 clinical hours in their first specialty. The student may then petition to add an additional specialty. These students are not required to take DNPU 707 and will instead bring in the additional 510 clinical hours by taking the 2 additional clinical courses in the added specialty for a total of 1275 clinical hours and take an additional 15 credits in the second specialty for a total of 85 total credits. Graduate Science Core Courses 15 Advanced Practice Core Courses 19 DNP Essentials Courses 21 First Specialty Courses 15 Second Specialty Courses 15 Total Course Credits for BSN to DNP with added specialty Addendum

17 This addendum below replaces pages of the Brandman University Catalog. Post Doctoral Nurse Practitioner Certificates These certificates are designed for the advanced practice nurse (NP or CNS) who wants to add a specialty in one of our six nurse practitioner specialty options and has already completed a PhD or DNP. Students in certificate programs may not be eligible for financial aid. Course Delivery: The School of Nursing and Health Professions programs blend three instructional strategies to produce an engaged learning curriculum. The first strategy is immersion: our programs include face to face meetings conducted at the Irvine campus. During these immersion sessions, students may receive orientation instruction; work as teams with peers and mentors; participate in demonstrations, exercises, assessments or evaluations; complete hands-on skills training in a simulation center using standardized patients, manikins, or three-dimensional gaming; or present their work on capstone projects to peers, faculty, and community members. Many courses include additional real-time instruction via web conference, phone conference, or live chat sessions. The second is practical experience: our programs include internships or supervised clinical practice residencies conducted where the student lives or works. The third is self-directed study: all courses include online lectures, discussions, social networking, demonstrations, tutorials, readings, or other homework. Students in the Certificate program are required to attend 3 immersion sessions; the first one is for 2- days in January to learn how to be a virtual student and to be oriented to the resources of the University. The second session is for 3-4 days before starting the clinical courses to learn procedures and the third one is for 3-4 days before starting the last clinical courses for competency testing and Board review. Students seeking a certificate program only are not eligible for financial aid. Courses taken after completion of a degree program in order to complete the certificate are not eligible for financial aid. Admission Requirements: 1. PhD or DNP degree from a regionally accredited Institution. 2. Official transcripts from all institutions where post-baccalaureate coursework was completed or attempted (where you were granted your Master and Doctoral degree). 3. National certification as a nurse practitioner or clinical nurse specialist (or eligible to take the National Certification exam). 4. Current and detailed resume or curriculum vita. 5. Unencumbered Registered Nurse (RN) license (may have a temporary license), in the State where you plan to do your supervised clinical hours Addendum

18 6. Unencumbered Advanced Practice Registered Nurse license is required from your current specialty. This is not needed for the CNS adding the Nurse Practitioner specialty. Required before attending orientation immersion (by completing CertifiedBackground.com): 1. Proof of a negative TB Skin Test current at the start of classes. 2. Proof of completion of Hepatitis A and B immunization or titer. 3. Proof of two doses of MMR or titer. 4. Proof of Tetanus/Diphtheria immunization within the past 5 years. 5. Proof of Chicken Pox (Varicella) immunization or titer. 6. Background clearance. 7. Copy of CPR Level C Certification (Health Care Provider) that will not be expiring in the next 12 months. 8. Proof of current negative drug screen. 9. Proof of annual Influenza immunization. 10. Additional laboratory tests, immunizations, and/or documentation may be required for clinical experiences. 11. Professional Liability Insurance (1mil/3mil). The national certifying bodies require that all students applying for new certification must have taken Advanced Health Assessment, Advanced Pathophysiology and Advanced Pharmacology (all across the lifespan) for 3 credits each. Applicants may transfer in these courses from their MSN or DNP or will need to take them as part of their certificate program to be qualified to sit for the National Boards upon successful completion of the Certificate. Each applicant will have an individual education plan created for them after transcript review. Applicants may transfer in up to 12 credits toward this certificate. Course Adult-Geriatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Post Doctoral Certificate NURU 631 Palliative Care and Pain Management 3 NURU 632 Management in Adult-Geriatric Acute Care 3 NURU 633 Practicum in Adult-Geriatric Acute Care (255 clinical hours) 3 NURU 634 Complex and Chronic Problems in Adult-Geriatric Acute Care 3 NURU 635 Practicum for Complex and Chronic Problems in Adult-Geriatric Acute Care (255 clinical hours) 3 Total Credits 25 Course Adult Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Post Doctoral Certificate Addendum

19 NURU 631 Palliative Care and Pain Management 3 NURU 662 Management of Common Problems in the Adult and Aging Adult 3 NURU 664 Complex and Chronic Problems in the Adult and Aging Adult 3 NURU 666 Practicum in Care of the Adult (255 clinical hours with adults) 3 NURU 668 Practicum in Care of Complex and Chronic Problems in the Adult 3 (255 clinical hours with adults) Total Credits 25 Course Family Psychiatric & Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Post Doctoral Certificate NURU 641 Psychopharmacology Across the Lifespan 3 NURU 642 Management in Lifespan Psychiatric and Mental Health Care 3 NURU 643 Practicum in Psychotherapeutic Treatment Modalities (255 clinical hours) 3 NURU 644 Complex and Chronic Problems in Family Psychiatric Care 3 NURU 645 Practicum for Complex and Chronic Problems in Family Psychiatric Care 3 (255 clinical hours) Total Credits 25 Course Geriatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Post Doctoral Certificate NURU 631 Palliative Care and Pain Management 3 NURU 662 Management of Common Problems in the Adult and Aging Adult 3 NURU 664 Complex and Chronic Problems in the Adult and Aging Adult 3 NURU 667 Practicum in Care of the Aging Adult (255 clinical hours with the aging adult) 3 NURU 669 Practicum in Care of Complex and Chronic Problems in the Aging Adult 3 (255 clinical hours with the aging adult) Total Credits 25 Course Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Post Doctoral Certificate NURU 651 Embryology 3 NURU 652 Advanced Practice Nursing in Neonatal Acute Care 3 NURU 653 Practicum for Neonatal Acute Care (255 clinical hours) 3 NURU 654 Complex and Chronic Problems in Neonates 3 NURU 655 Practicum for Complex and Chronic Problems in Neonates Addendum

20 (255 clinical hours) Total Credits 25 Course Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Acute Care Post Doctoral Certificate NURU 651 Embryology 3 NURU 622 Management in Pediatric Acute Care 3 NURU 623 Practicum in Pediatric Acute Care (255 clinical hours) 3 NURU 624 Complex and Chronic Problems in Pediatric Acute Care 3 NURU 625 Practicum for Complex and Chronic Problems in Pediatric Acute Care 3 (255 clinical hours) Total Credits Addendum

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