Master of Science in Nursing—Family Nurse Practitioner Program
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A Master of Science in Nursing—Family Nurse Practitioner is an advanced-level postgraduate degree. The FNP curriculum includes courses that focus on nursing theory, research, leadership, professional development, healthcare policy, and informatics in healthcare.
The FNP track will further expand your professional nursing practice and clinical knowledge to prepare you for National Certification as a family nurse practitioner.
Application Requirements & Deadline
Applicants should have an unencumbered RN license, a BSN from an accredited school of nursing, and a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. All applicants will also be required to have an in-person or on-phone interview.
An essay is required for admissions. Find out more about the admissions process and essay.
Application Deadline: To be determined once our 2021–2022 Academic Calendar is announced.
- Prepares student for the Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) national certification exam
- 100% of online classes can be accessed from anywhere, anytime
- Designed to accommodate full-time working professionals
- Distinguished faculty with real-life experience and the highest academic credentials
- Tuition is a great deal at $480/semester credit hour
- Classes are seven weeks, and E-books are provided for all classes
- U.S. News & World Reports ranked our online programs in the top 15% of regionally accredited institutions.
Program of Study
- Fall 2021
- Spring 2022
- Summer 2022
- Family Nurse Practitioner
- Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
- Nursing Informatics Specialist
- Geriatric Nurse Practitioner
- Clinical Nurse Researcher
- Forensic Nurse Consultant