Family Nurse Practitioner Track
The Family Nurse Practitioner Track combines graduate-Common Core Course Requirements and FNP-specific coursework for a total of 46 hours. Family Nurse Practitioner students will be prepared to provide direct management of patients across the lifespan including patients with common acute/chronic physical and psychiatric diseases.
- Concentration in primary care clinical practice
- Focus on competencies an advanced practice nurse will need to successfully provide care
- Educational environment based on discovery, scholarship, and practice
- Prepares graduates for practice in multiple, primary care settings including out-patient clinics and group medical practices
- Graduates eligible to apply for certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner through the American Nurse Credentialing Center or the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Certification Board
- Program includes a mental health emphasis—critical preparation for practice
- Second MSN option:
Students who have previously earned an MSN degree, have the opportunity to earn a second MSN with an FNP focus. To inquire about this option and to discuss the credit requirement, please contact Josh Richards, Director of Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Common Core Course Requirements for all Graduate Programs
- FNP Courses
- Course Descriptions for all Graduate Programs
- Request more information
For more information and to schedule an appointment, please contact:
Josh Richards, Director of Enrollment Management