What can you learn in our online MSN-FNP program?

The innovative curriculum of our online MSN-FNP program is designed to prepare you for advanced practice with individuals and families throughout the life continuum. The program’s 65-74* credit hours of coursework are delivered in just nine semesters and require that you complete a capstone course, as well as five preceptor-supervised clinical practicums.

*Years, semesters, clinical and credit hours will vary based on entry-level education (ADN/diploma or BSN)

Online MSN-FNP Courses

ENC 510Statistical Procedures3 Credits
BIO 526Advanced Pathophysiology3 Credits
NUR 300Conceptual Basis for Professional Nursing Practices3 Credits
NUR 303Research in Nursing3 Credits
NUR 404Community Health Nursing Theory2 Credits
NUR 407RN-MSN Practicum1 Credit
NUR 501Nursing Theories: Analysis and Development3 Credits
NUR 505Leadership in the Healthcare Delivery System3 Credits
NUR 510Legal and Ethical Issues in Healthcare3 Credits
NUR 526Evidence-Based Practice3 Credits
NUR 600Advanced Health Assessment3 Credits
NUR 615Health Informatics3 Credits
NUR 638Principles of FNP Practice I – Acute/Chronic3 Credits
NUR 639Healthcare Clinical Practicum I*3 Credits
NUR 640Healthcare Policy3 Credits
NUR 642Principles of FNP Practice II – Acute/Chronic3 Credits
NUR 643Healthcare Clinical Practicum II*3 Credits
NUR 644Principles of FNP Practice III: Women's Health3 Credits
NUR 645Healthcare Clinical Practicum III*3 Credits
NUR 646Principles of FNP Practice IV - Children3 Credits
NUR 647Healthcare Clinical Practicum IV*3 Credits
NUR 648Principles of FNP Practice V: Aging Adult Populations3 Credits
NUR 649Healthcare Clinical Practicum V*3 Credits
NUR 651Advanced Pharmacology I3 Credits
NUR 652Advanced Pharmacology II3 Credits
NUR 690Professional Aspects of Advanced Nursing Practice2 Credits

**Individuals with an ADN/diploma or non-nursing baccalaureate degree must complete NUR 300, 303, 404 and 407