York College of Pennsylvania’s Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) program is a Master of Science program designed to prepare nurses to specialize in the diagnosis and management of patients with mental health conditions. The PMHNP track provides students with a solid theoretical foundation and clinical experiences in a variety of patient care settings.
The PMHNP track merges with the AGNP program for the first year for the completion of graduate core courses. PMHNP specific courses start in the fall semester of year two. PMHNP students take fall, spring, and summer courses with a spring graduation in year three.