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College of Nursing and Health Innovation | The University of Texas at ArlingtonCollege of Nursing and Health Innovation | The University of Texas at Arlington


Touching Lives. Transforming Health Care.

Post-Master's Certificates

The Department of Graduate Nursing offers Post-Master's Certificate programs for Nurse Practitioners.

Students seeking a Post-Master's Certificate must have completed an MSN from an NLNAC or CCNE accredited program. Depending on course work completed for the MSN and current advanced practice status (as applicable), an individualized certificate degree plan will be developed.

SATURDAY COURSES: Some NP programs have required courses and events scheduled on Saturdays. Please consult with the director of the program you are interested in, before applying for admission, if you are unable to attend Saturday classes.

Nurse Practitioner Lifespan On Campus Certificate Programs

Nurse Practitioner Population Specific On Campus Certificate Programs

Accelerated Online Certificates

Please note the following for all NNP Post-Master's Certificate programs: Post-Master's Certificate degree plans are individually created based on a gap analysis of the applicant's MSN transcript and experience. If you have questions about a post-master's certificate program and what your specific degree program might look like, you will need to apply for admission to the university, including the submission of your transcripts and curriculum vitae for review.

Clinical Requirements

Please be aware of expectations concerning clinical requirements, as described in the section labeled "clinical requirements" on this page (click or tap here).

Program Outcomes

Students who successfully complete our program will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate competence in an advanced nursing role.
  2. Provide leadership in professional nursing and interdisciplinary health care.