In as few as 2 ½ years, Chamberlain’s Master of Science in Nursing Family Nurse Practitioner specialty track prepares students to expand their nursing practice. Through 100% online coursework, the FNP curriculum integrates theory and practical application through online discussion threads, simulation and clinical experiences.
Graduates of the program are prepared to sit for national certification as an FNP and enhance their role and opportunity for advancement in a wide range of healthcare settings.
You’ll learn from practicing FNPs, who bring their rich, life experiences to the classroom. Application to real-world scenarios is emphasized through both coursework and the practicum experience.
Advisors and faculty are with you every step of the journey. The academic team provides guidance and support throughout you coursework and practicum experiences. Faculty members typically respond to student questions within 24 hours and are available by email, phone and the online course shell. With a strong team behind you for support, you’ll be able to focus on what’s important – learning new skills and gaining confidence.
A History of Excellence:
Drawing from 125 years of educating extraordinary nurses, Chamberlain’s MSN degree program was ranked among the best online graduate nursing programs for 2015 by U.S. News & World Report. The MSN degree program is accredited by the CCNE.*
Read more about the MSN Family Nurse Practitioner curriculum.
Call an admission representative today at 877.751.5783 or request more information to learn more about Chamberlain’s MSN FNP program!
At this time, Chamberlain College of Nursing cannot accept inquiries from the states of Alabama, Washington D.C., Idaho, Louisiana, Minnesota, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon or Washington for the MSN Family Nurse Practitioner Program.
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U.S. News & World Report ranked
Chamberlain among the best online
graduate nursing programs for 2015,
based on factors including faculty
credentials, graduation rates and
student services and technologies.