MSN: Family Nurse Practitioner
The Mount Marty College Master's in Nursing degree is a fully accredited program, focused on educating tomorrow's Family Nurse Practitioners (FNP). Our graduates are clinical experts who implement a holistic approach that emphasizes both care and cure.
Why Mount Marty College?
Clinical Skills and Rural Clinic Experience
The Mount Marty College Master's in Nursing FNP program provides the academic knowledge and clinic skills necessary for health promotion, disease prevention, assessment and management of common acute and chronic illnesses. Master's students also have the opportunity to receive rural clinic placement.
Our FNP program is a 6 semester academic plan that incorporates both online and face-to-face coursework. Most of our students find that they are able to enroll in the program while still working in their field.
Family Nurse Practitioner Degree Program
The FNP program focuses on academic knowledge and clinic skills, while applying cutting-edge science to manage the health needs of patients in primary care settings. This is a 6 semester program, when enrolled full-time. After successfully completing this accredited program, you will be eligible to sit for FNP licensure.
Family Nurse Practitioner Post-Graduate Certificate Program
If you already hold a Master's degree in nursing, you may obtain the FNP certificate. All students are eligible for the program following your application and following a Gap Analysis (NFT Criteria, 2012) of transcripts, courses, clinical hours and grades. After advising sessions are provided, students may be eligible for course waivers at the discretion of the Program Director. Upon completion of this variable credit program, you will be eligible for professional FNP certification.
Ready to Apply?
Recommendation Forms - You must complete and return 3 recommendations.
Physical Exam Form
Student Interview - You will be contacted to set up an interview, either in-person or virtually
Admissions Checklist - Make sure you have all the necessary papers and documentation ready by March 1!