Marquette University’s Acute Care Nurse Practitioner program in Indianapolis is an innovative new way to prepare yourself for an advanced nursing career in adult-older adult acute care settings.
Online didactic courses give you a theoretical foundation, and the 750 hours of clinical rotations at St.Vincent Health build upon this framework.
Earning your Master of Science in Nursing is challenging enough without the added inconvenience of finding a suitable preceptor. Marquette University and St.Vincent Health relieve you of this task by providing you with preceptors within the St.Vincent Health network.
Throughout the seven-semester program, you will complete 750 clinical hours in acute care settings. This time allows you to apply the theoretical knowledge learned in online courses to real-life settings in which you will have the guidance of an experienced instructor.
Your preceptors and clinical rotations are an essential piece of the program. During rotations at St.Vincent in Indianapolis, you will:
The program prepares students for Adult-Gerontology ACNP certification and lays the groundwork for advanced leadership and educator roles in acute care settings.
Marquette’s unique partnership with St.Vincent Health allows you to pursue your advanced nursing education with two partners dedicated to excellence in health care and health care education.
Your one-on-one preceptorship is only a piece of the puzzle. Through flexible online courses, you can complete your nursing courses where and when it is convenient for you, allowing you to have a portable classroom that responds to your needs.