The Emergency Nurse Practitioner Certificate is designed for nationally certified Family Nurse Practitioners who desire or may be currently working in the Urgent Care or Emergency Department setting. Our two semester certificate curriculum allows you to be eligible to apply for the national certification exam as an Emergency Nurse Practitioner.
Flexible Web Based Program
As the first college in the nation to develop a web-accessible nursing program, we are experienced in providing the support you need to succeed with distance learning. To provide flexibility and eliminate the need to commute daily to campus, we use:
- Web-based curriculum and self-directed learning.
- Seminar intensives at the Pomona, CA, campus once per semester.
- An Urgent Care and Emergency Department practice immersion completed in your own community.
Western University of Health Sciences, College of Graduate Nursing’s is proud to be launching the Emergency Nurse Practitioner Certificate for nationally certified Family Nurse Practitioners (FNP) that desire a dual role in the subspecialty areas of Urgent Care and Emergency Medicine. Our distance-web based hybrid model provides the working FNP ability to enhance and advance their knowledge, skills and training; integrating the Emergency Nurse Practitioner (ENP) competencies and Scope and Standards for Emergency Nurse Practitioner practice as foundation for role preparation in this dynamic practice setting. We look forward to working with you!
Will this program meet my needs?
- A graduate prepared, nationally certified Family Nurse Practitioner wishing to advance your career as an emergency nurse practitioner who wants additional expertise in the care and management of urgent and emergency care populations.
We prepare our graduates to assume advanced nursing practice and leadership roles in the subspecialty settings of urgent and emergency care.
Learn More and Stay Connected
We encourage you to visit our campus by attending an upcoming WesternU Preview Day to learn more about our program offerings and meet faculty and current students. For more information and to receive email reminders regarding application deadlines etc, please complete the information request form.
View the College of Graduate Nursing website to learn more about the profession, the college, and the curriculum. Also, stay connected and “Like” our College Facebook page and Admission Facebook page.