MSN-FAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONER
The Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) program prepares graduates to provide primary health care to mothers, infants, children, adults, and geriatric patients in a variety of settings. The FNP tract will focus on health promotion, injury and illness prevention, and assessment, diagnosis, management, treatment, and monitoring of common acute and chronic health problems. The curriculum follows national APRN and ANCC guidelines. FNP graduates will be eligible to take the national certification examinations and apply for state licensure as an advanced practice nurse. Program typically takes four years to complete.