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Online Master of Science in Nursing
Family Nurse Practitioner

MSN Family Nurse Practitioner

Northwest Nazarene University's Department of Nursing is pleased to offer an online Master of Science in Nursing Family Nurse Practitioner. Our program is designed to prepare the associate or baccalaureate registered nurse for the role of an NP in the family healthcare setting. Expand your current nursing career or open a new career path that develops your nursing experience by pursuing your MSN FNP at NNU.

The online MSN FNP is designed for the working professional nurse. Courses are offered in an online learning environment—paired with clinicals in your home state and four separate weeks of on-campus residency hours—providing you with the flexibility to work and go to school. You'll learn from caring faculty with over 160 years of experience. As your professors pass on their years of knowledge to you, they will prepare you to do the same for others. If a quality education based on flexibility and relationships is important to you, then NNU's FNP program is a great fit.

Bethany Mello

I am thrilled to be a part of the next chapter in NNU’s tradition of providing quality nurses in each nurse’s home community. The MSN FNP program will develop undergraduate nurses into Advanced Practice Nurses for a health care system in desperate need of primary care providers.—Bethany Mello, Director of the MSN FNP Program

  1. Flexibility and Portability

    This online program means you don't have to step away from your job or your family.
  2. Learning Community

    You'll move through your studies with a cohort of other adult learners, creating a supportive and interactive learning environment.
  3. Campus Experience

    Your four separate weeks of residency means you'll meet classmates and instructors face-to-face, further enhancing your learning community experience.
  1. Hands-on Learning

    Experience direct learning opportunities through preceptorships offered in a variety of settings, coordinated by faculty.
  2. Preparation for Success

    You'll be prepared for the demands of your profession in the areas of assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and evaluation.
  3. Caring, Knowledgable Professors

    Our faculty members have more than 160 years of combined experience.


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