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Graduate Preceptor Sites

Certain graduate courses require students to participate in a clinical preceptorship. A clinical preceptorship is a supervised clinical experience which provides the opportunity for students to apply knowledge gained in the theory portion of the graduate program to clinical practice.

As an enrolled student, you will learn the specific details about your preceptorships in your Blackboard course site. Your faculty, Clinical Coordinator, and support team will partner with you to successfully complete your clinical hours.

Some examples of students' preceptor sites include:

  • Family practice offices
  • Internal medicine practices
  • Pediatrician offices
  • OB/GYN outpatient offices
  • Midwifery centers
  • Free community health care clinics
  • Federally qualified healthcare centers
  • Hospital and medical centers (Not applicable to FNP students)
  • County health departments
  • Fertility and reproductive health centers
  • Wellness centers
  • Cancer centers
  • Public schools
  • Convenient Care Clinics/Walk-in Clinics
  • University student health centers
  • Hospice
  • Nursing homes
  • Correctional facilities
  • Police departments (Not applicable to the FNP Students)

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