Which path is right for you?
Depending on your entry-level education, Bradley offers two options to earn your online Master of Science in Nursing – Family Nurse Practitioner degree.
RN to MSN-FNP
If you have an ADN, nursing diploma or non-nursing bachelor’s degree, we offer bridge courses that can start you on the path from an RN toward an MSN-FNP.
BSN to MSN-FNP
If you already have your BSN, you may be eligible to start working toward your MSN- FNP right away. No bridge courses are required for this entry path.
Why earn an online MSN-FNP degree?
Demand for primary care services in the U.S. continues to rise — while supply of the family physicians able to provide them continues to shrink. What does this mean for a talented RN like you? It means there’s never been a better time to specialize your expertise as a family nurse practitioner.
Graduate from our online FNP degree program and you can:
- Acquire a big-picture, interprofessional view of the modern health care marketplace.
- Expand your expertise in advanced nursing theory, patient-centered care and evidence-based practice.
- Provide high-quality care to individuals and families throughout the life continuum.
- Gain the autonomy to conduct exams, diagnose illness and treat clients across the life span.
- Acquire the high-level leadership skills to thrive in nearly any health care setting.
Many states now allow nurse practitioners to work without a supervising physician. Complete your path to greater autonomy now; enroll in our online MSN-FNP program today.Explore our MSN-FNP curriculum
Learn from Innovative Nursing Leaders.
The dedicated faculty members who lead our online MSN-FNP program are committed to helping you succeed as you take the next step in your nursing career. They each bring a broad base of clinical expertise and professional experience into our online classrooms each day, and they are eager to share their knowledge with you.
*The Master’s Degree Program in nursing, Post-Graduate APRN Certificate Program, and the Doctor of Nursing Practice Program are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street NW, Washington DC 20001; (202)887-6791; http://www.ccneaccreditation.org.