Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
The Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (AG-ACNP) program is designed to prepare nurses for advanced practice in providing acute care and critical care for patients from adolescence to end of life. The AG-ACNP practices across all settings in providing restorative care for acute illness and acute exacerbations of chronic disease. While most AG-ACNPs practice in the hospital setting, others may practice in specialty clinics.
The AG-ACNP curriculum has been designed to provide intensive preparation for the nurse practitioner to enter practice in a critical care, hospital or clinic-based setting. The courses build on the knowledge gained in undergraduate nursing education and the experiences of providing direct acute and critical care at the bedside. This experience is crucial to success in the program. You can find detailed information about the AG-ACNP program in the graduate studies bulletin.
Prospective graduate students apply for admission through the Graduate School. You will submit your application, supporting material and a $60 application fee through the Graduate School application system.
If you have any questions or problems with the TU Graduate School application link, please contact email@example.com or 918-631-2336.
Applications are reviewed throughout the spring and summer until spaces are filled. Applications are reviewed as they are received and potential candidates will be scheduled for an interview.