Cozy Comfort

Verified Buyer Reviewed by Lolly from Montana on Monday, February 12, 2018
Imagine cozy, comfy lounge pants with pockets! Large was plenty roomy and short in length. Ok for me!
Previous Review “We are thrilled that you are interested in continuing your graduate studies at UMass Boston. I think you will get a lot of useful information from the details below. I look forward to reviewing your application for an up-coming Post Master’s Certificate enrollment period. The deadline to apply for Summer, March 15,.Fall is June 1; for Spring, October 15; You may also pursue our non-specialty courses as a non- degree seeking student. To start as a non-matriculating (non-degree seeking) student, please fill out and submit the non-degree registration form from the link below (attaching current nursing license, photo id, and unofficial transcripts in the same email). It may be submitted beginning March 1 for Summer and/or Fall semesters, and October 15 for Spring. https://www.umb.edu/registrar/forms We are obligated to our matriculated students to place them in courses that they need for completion of the program curriculum. Once that process is complete, we will know what space is available for non-matriculated students. Your correctly completed application will be placed in the order in which it was received. You will be notified when you are registered, or if there is no room in the course. Thank you in advance for your patience. Application for Admission to the Certificate Program can be found at: http://www.umb.edu/admissions/grad/ The following courses are prerequisite for all Program requirements. Non-degree students may take these courses (except NU 615). Students can be admitted without having completed all 4, but these will be taken first and in addition to the 12 or 21 credits for the FNP or AGNP. • NU614: Advanced Pathophysiology • NU634: Advanced Pharmacology • NU615: Advanced Health Assessment (65 clinical hours) (prerequisite is NU 614) • NU631: Role of the Advanced Practice Nurse If you are a licensed PNP or an ANP (or GNP), you will likely be eligible for the 12 credit program with about 300 hours of clinical immersion. If not, you will need the 21 credit program with about 600 hours of clinical immersion. Your individualized program plan will be determined by the Program Director after you have applied and paid your deposit. In addition to completing all prerequisites, program curriculum is as follows: 21 credit FNP Post-Master’s: • NU637: Mental Psychosocial Health of the Urban Family • NU639: Primary Care of the Adult • NU670: Primary Care of the Family Practicum (300 clinical hours primary care of adult) • NU681: Primary Care of the Childbearing Family • NU682: Primary Care of the Childbearing Family (Practicum 220 clinical hours pediatric/80 hours ob) 12 credit FNP Post-Master’s (for current PNP): • NU637: Mental Psychosocial Health of the Urban Family • NU639: Primary Care of the Adult • NU670: Primary Care of the Adult Practicum (220 clinical hours primary care of adult/80 ob) 12 credit FNP Post-Master’s (for current ANP/GNP): • NU637: Mental Psychosocial Health of the Urban Family • NU681: Primary Care of the Childbearing Family • NU682: Primary Care of the Childbearing Family (Practicum 220 clinical hours pediatric/80 hours ob) 21 credit AGNP Post-Master’s: • NU637: Mental Psychosocial Health of the Urban Family • NU639: Primary Care of the Adult • NU670: Primary Care of the Adult Practicum (300 clinical hours primary care of adult) • NU671: Primary Care of Older Adults • NU672: Primary Care of Adults/Older Adults Practicum (300 clinical hours primary care or long term care of older adults) 12 credit AGNP Post-Master’s (for current FNP): • NU637: Mental Psychosocial Health of the Urban Family • NU671: Primary Care of Older Adults • NU672: Primary Care of Adults/Older Adults Practicum (300 clinical hours primary care or long term care of older adults) Course outlines: http://www.umb.edu/academics/caps/credit/fall FAQs: http://www.umb.edu/academics/uc/certificates/nursepractitioner/FAQ/ Graduate On-line Tuition and Fees: Tuition: $575/credit; CNHS Curriculum & Service fee: $700 Fall & Spring $700 per semester, Winter/Summer $350 per semester. One time fees: Combined New Student Fee: $390; Commencement Fee: $200. Currently though we are not accepting graduate online nursing students from all US states. For questions regarding eligibility in your state of residence, please visit our website for a list also hyperlinked here. The safest assurance is to directly contact you State’s BON. https://www.umb.edu/academics/cnhs/nursing/professional_development#outcomes If you plan to do clinical hours in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, you must go through criminal and national background checks and show proof of required immunizations. Contact a clinical placement specialist by emailing postmasternp@umb.edu. Please include your name, student ID#, and the Program which you are completing; and allow ample time prior to the semester to complete these steps, as it can be very time consuming. You will be required to seek out your own preceptors when completing clinical hours for practicum courses. We have a clinical internship placement office that will initiate a working agreement between the facility and the university once you have contacted a potential site and submitted their information to the proper form. If you have any other questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us via email at postmasternp@umb.edu Please email postmasternp@umb.edu with any questions.”
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