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CCNE Accredited
The MSN-FNP program is CCNE accredited.

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No GMAT/GRE Requirement
The GMAT or GRE is not required for admission.

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High Passing Rates
100% of our 2019 graduates passed their FNP certification exam on their first attempt.

Evidence-informed Family Practice

Become a compassionate primary care provider for individuals and families through evidence-informed care with our online MSN-FNP program. Translate theoretical knowledge from the sciences and humanities into the delivery of advanced nursing care to diverse populations, individuals and families, design preventative clinical strategies to promote health and reduce the risk of disease, and demonstrate advanced practice competencies in the delivery of safe, quality care to diverse populations.

Research and Analysis

Develop an analytical framework to facilitate evidence-informed practice and knowledge integration. Incorporate theory and evidence-informed practice principles to optimize quality patient care and incorporate healthcare technologies to deliver, coordinate, and optimize health care.

Utilize organizational and systems leadership strategies to promote high-quality and safe care to individuals, families, groups, and communities.

Ethical Leadership and Advocacy

Apply principles of interprofessional collaboration to improve patient and population health outcomes:

  • Integrate professional and ethical standards in advanced nursing practice
  • Analyze the influence of healthcare policy development, regulation, and finance on healthcare organizations and delivery systems

Admissions Requirements

  • BSN with 3.0 GPA
  • RN license (unencumbered)
  • Professional essay
  • Two years’ work experience before beginning clinical practicum courses
  • Two letters of recommendation
  • Professional video introduction

Program Features

  • $1,050 per credit hour and additional fees for clinicals and labs
  • CCNE-accredited and U.S. News & World Report ranked program
  • Clinical Placement Services offered
  • No GRE/GMAT required
  • Total Credit Hours: 45
  • Total Clinical Hours: 700
  • Note: Our online BSN to MSN-FNP program is offered on a part time only basis
Frequently Asked Questions About the Online MSN-FNP Program

How does the clinical placement process work?

Read about the clinical placement process below. For additional information, visit our Clinical Placement Services page, schedule an appointment with an admissions advisor or call them at 888-902-1771.

How long does the MSN-FNP program take to complete?

It takes 7 consecutive semesters to complete (just over two years).

How much does the MSN-FNP program cost?

The MSN-FNP program costs $1,050 per credit hour and additional fees for clinicals.

Is financial aid available to online students?

Please contact an admissions advisor to schedule an appointment or contact them at 888-902-1771 to learn if you qualify for financial assistance.

 

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