Nurse Practitioner (MSN)

It’s one of the hottest career paths in healthcare

And it starts here. Our Nurse Practitioner Program is designed for bachelors-prepared nurses who want to care for patients throughout the full spectrum of the healthcare delivery system. You’ll develop the expert knowledge base, decision-making skills, and clinical competencies needed to provide the highest quality patient care. Choose a Family Health or Adult-Gerontology Track and we’ll provide a comprehensive education that prepares you for long-term success.

Nurse Practitioner (MSN)

As a Nurse Practitioner you can build your career on your terms

The career is in demand and the opportunities are seemingly limitless. As a Nurse Practitioner with a concentration in Family Practice or Adult-Gerontology, you can chart your own course for a bright and rewarding future in nursing. Positions in Advanced Practice Nursing, make the Nurse Practitioner the #2 position on The Top 100 Best Jobs according to U.S. News and World Report. That’s not just for healthcare; that includes all industries.

We made our class schedule convenient to help make your degree attainable

Our MSN Nurse Practitioner program will prepare you to provide comprehensive care to your patients. All core courses of the NP program are offered online, with the remainder of the program in a hybrid format, featuring both in-class and online components. The University will work with students to obtain clinical placement. Clinical hours are completed outside of classroom time.

MSN Family Nurse Practitioner Curriculum Plan

MSN Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner Curriculum Plan

The program itself features some of the most advanced technologies in healthcare education – including i-human patients – a remarkable new software tool that realistically simulates patient interaction. Our goal is to make sure you’re prepared for every aspect of your career and we use every tool at our disposal to do just that.

Application Deadlines

July 0
For Fall Admission
November 0
For Spring Admission