Director, Graduate Nursing Education
A. Susan Feeney, APRN, NP-C, FNP-BC Office: Sylvia Trottier Hall
Phone: (603) 897-8528
The Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner track prepares graduates for advanced practice in mental-health psychiatric nursing of patient populations across the lifespan. Graduates are qualified to sit for national certification. Courses can be taken on a full, or part-time basis. This track is offered as a cohort, low-residency model.
Undergraduate statistics (or evidence of completion)
Students may take three courses (9 credits) from a list of specific courses prior to matriculating.
Students must follow their Program of Studies when registering for courses. If students wish to make a change to their Program of Studies, they must request the change in writing to the Graduate Nursing Education Program Director.
Students must complete clinical/practicum requirements to practicum courses.