Posted on 13 Nov 2017 by Goldfarb Team
Are you a BSN-prepared registered nurse, or already have a Master of Science in nursing degree, and interested in working with acute, critical, complex chronic patients?
Obtain your Master of Science in nursing degree, or a post-MSN certificate, with a concentration in Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner at Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College to prepare you for the complex and evolving role of an AGACNP.
Here are just some benefits to becoming an AGACNP:
Learn more about becoming an AGACNP, and the benefits of attending Goldfarb’s program, by visiting BarnesJewishCollege.edu/ACNP.
Applications are due on Jan. 1, with classes starting in May.
Apply online today, or contact an admissions advisor to learn more.
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