I couldn't answer for everyone, but I am an MSN prepared NP. Anatomy and Physiology is taught at the basic RN level, then there is a second course of pathophys at the BSN level and then a third course at the MSN level which is very similar.
Microbiology and chemistry are only at the basic RN level. There is no specific biochem or immunology that I recall.
I know what you are thinking, and yes, NP education needs a large upgrade. There are a couple of nonsense courses that should be entirely eliminated.
Some of the more expensive schools
arrange clinical sites. A large part of the time, the student will be on their own.
Based on my experience, she should not expect that school is going to prepare her for the role.
I went to a respected brisk and mortar program years ago, but I consider myself almost entirely self-prepared.