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Master of Science in Nursing: Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP)

You enjoy nurturing patients back to health.

You offer compassionate care for others.

You give hope.

If you’ve completed your BSN and wish to become a Family Nurse Practitioner, this Master of Science in Nursing: Family Nurse Practitioner (MSN-FNP) program is designed for you. In this program, you will develop, test, and evaluate ideas relevant to nursing practice, along with critically examining concepts and theories in relation to health issues and nursing research. These skills will help you as you recommend constructive change and systematize ethical, moral, spiritual, and professional concepts into your sphere of influence. As a candidate in the FNP program, you will be prepared to care for individuals and families in diverse healthcare settings. These settings include clinics, community-based settings, long-term care facilities, and hospitals. Family Nurse Practitioners focus on health promotion and disease prevention and are trained to diagnose and develop treatment plans for acute and chronic diseases. As a student in the program, you will interact with multidisciplinary representatives —exploring collaborative best practices. By sharing professional experiences in discussion and writing assignments, you will achieve further development. As a practicing nurse, you’ll appreciate the flexibility and convenience of this online program.

Overview

Format
Accelerated classes meet online, courses start every 8 weeks
Program Length
24 months
Credit Hours
52
Start Dates

Total Cost

Approximate Total Due
$39, 380

Curriculum