Doctor of Nursing Practice (BSN to DNP) for Family Nurse Practitioner
The post-bachelor's DNP is a full-time 3-year program for BSN-prepared RN's that combines clinical preparation for advanced practice as a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) with doctoral coursework to develop leaders in the nursing profession. Learn more.
Doctor of Nursing Practice (MSN to DNP)
The post-master's DNP is a 2-year program for MSN-prepared nurse practitioners presented in a hybrid format, combining on-campus intensive weekend experiences approximately 4 times each semester with online course work and interactions. Learn more.
Master of Science in Nursing for Family Nursing Practitioner (FNP)
The Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree prepares students for advanced practice as a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP). MSN classes are campus-based, although all of our courses utilize some online content. Each class meets once a week and classes are clustered on 2-3 days each week. The personal student-instructor contact in the classroom is a valuable component in our students' success. Learn more.
Post-Master's Option for Family Nursing Practice (FNP)
The Post-Master's Program as a Family Nurse Practitioner is an option for nurses who are prepared at the M.S.N. level in a clinical specialty other than F.N.P. Course work and clinical experiences are designed to assist the learner to acquire the knowledge and skills required for the primary care nurse practitioner role. After completing the program, students are eligible to sit for a national Family Nurse Practitioner certification exam. Learn more.
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