The Family Nurse Practitioner Master's Degree program is comprised of four required courses (12-credits in total) that are offered in the semesters listed below.
|ISG 5100||8/26 - 10/13/2019|
|ISG 5101||10/14 - 12/8/2019|
|ISG 5102||1/21 - 3/8/2020|
|ISG 5103||3/9 - 5/3/2020|
ISG 5100 – Foundations of Genetic and Genomic Medicine (3-credits)
Foundational concepts and application of genetics and genomics in the context of human disease.
ISG 5101 – Principles of Human Embryology and Teratology (3-credits)
Investigation of fundamental mechanisms underlying normal and abnormal development related to embryogenesis and organogenesis. Relates defects in development to congenital anomalies.
ISG 5102 – Clinical Applications of Genetic and Genomic Technologies (3-credits)
Principles, clinical applications, and interpretation of genetic and genomic testing methods.
ISG 5103 – Theories and Methods of Clinical Genetics (3-credits)
Introduction to the theoretical framework, skill sets, and applications necessary to provide scientific communication of genetics and genomics, resources, diagnoses, and counseling in the clinical setting.