Post Master's Advanced Certificate Program
Post Master's Certificate
Spring: August 1 - November 1
* Clinical courses begin in the spring semester. Student matriculation may be pending on Program of Study requirements.
The Post Master's Advanced Certificate Program is designed for RNs with a clinical master's degree from an accredited nursing program who want to become certified as:
- Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
- Family Nurse Practitioner
- Family Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
- Nurse Educator
About the Program
The College of Nursing offers two post master's advanced certificate programs: Nurse Practitioner and Nurse Educator.
These two-, three- and four-semester programs prepare nurses for career opportunities available only to nurses with specialized education.
Expert faculty guide clinical learning under the preceptorship of experienced nurses, nurse practitioners and physicians in settings throughout Central New York. The College of Nursing has clinical contracts with more than 200 institutions and agencies. Students arrange their own preceptored sites with advisement from our faculty.
The College will accommodate student's interests as long as the settings and preceptors meet the requirements of the post master's program.
Although every effort is made to accommodate work and family schedules, applicants should enter the program when they have adequate time to fulfill the required clinical hours.
For information on individual state licensing requirements, please visit the State Licensing Requirements page.