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What is the AG-ACNP Program?

The Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (AG-ACNP) track is designed for registered nurses who are ready to pursue graduate education that will lead to an advanced acute care and geriatric focused nursing role.

When does the AG-ACNP track start?

The track admits students in the Fall (August). The Enrollment Period is from December 1 to June 30.

How long does it take to complete the track?

This is an 18 month program, over a total of five semesters. Students take no more than 2 classes at one time to promote a healthy work, life, school balance.

How many practice experience hours expected?

Track is 48 credit hours / 650 clinical hours

Is the track online?

The track is offered in a hybrid format with online and face-to-face coursework (Thursday evenings). It is a cohorted module (meaning you go through the program with the same people). Students can expect to come to campus starting their third semester of the program.

What specialty coursework is required?

  • NURS 574: Procedures & Diagnostics for the AG-ANCP (1 credit hour)
  • NURS 590: Practice Experience 1 (7 credit hours, 150 clinical hours)
  • NURS 591: Practice Experience 2 (8 credit hours, 250 hours clinical)
  • NURS 592: Practice Experience 3 (8 credit hours, 250 hours clinical)

What is the cost of the program?

The total program cost is approximately $28,000. Financial aid is available.

When do clinicals start?

Direct clinicals will start the third semester of the program. Students will need to have a site secured by the end of the second semester of the program.

Is there assistance with clinical site setup?

MCCN has a full-time Clinical Coordinator that places students with appropriate preceptors to ensure they are able to complete their hours and have a well rounded clinical experience. Students still have the option of choosing their preceptor if they have a provider in mind.

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