Nurse Practitioner

  • Program Overview

    The Family Nurse Practitioner option offers students a focus on development and implementation of the nurse practitioner role with families across the lifespan. Ethical dilemmas and legal issues resulting from the advanced practice role are addressed. Primary care provider and leadership roles in community practice are learned from a theoretical knowledge base in the classroom and a clinical practice base in a variety of settings. Students learn needs assessment approaches for a community-wide system of health care services.

    Program Options

    • Master of Science in Nursing (Concentration in Nurse Practitioner)
    • Family Nurse Practitioner Certificate
  • Gainful Employment

    Family Nurse Practitioner Certificate
    SOC Code 




    Normal Time to Completion 
     7 semesters
    On-Time Completion Rate 2011-12  75%
    Placement Rate for Completers 2011-12   100%
    Tuition $30,030
    Fees $1,085
    Books and Supplies $1,500
    Median Loan Debt: Title IV funds N/A


    N/A:  Either no students graduated from the program in 2011-12; none of the student(s) that graduated from that program in 2011-12 had a loan; and/or the 2011-12 median for that program is = $0