Family Nurse Practitioner Program
Equal access to quality, affordable care poses one of the greatest challenges to improving patient health outcomes. Approximately 83 million people live in regions without adequate primary care, according to the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), with a current shortage of over 15,000 health care providers.* Part of the solution lies in the next generation of family nurse practitioners.
We also believe that health care should be inclusive. A pillar of HPU’s MSN-FNP program is the philosophy of providing holistic care in a geographically, economically, and culturally diverse society. By specializing in family practice with HPU, you can help break down the barriers to care faced by individuals in remote, underserved communities by providing a wide range of family-focused health care services to patients of all ages, from infants to seniors.Download Brochure
Length: 28 months
Total Credits: 45 credits
Upcoming Start Date:
Why earn your MSN-FNP with HPU?
Fit classes around work and family
HPU’s online MSN-FNP program is designed for working professionals, which means class scheduling is flexible and convenient.
Prepare for licensure as a nurse practitioner
Qualify to sit for national FNP licensing exams administered by the ANCC and the AANP. HPU MSN students had a 100% first-time pass rate on both FNP certification exams in 2019.*
Learn from experienced faculty
HPU’s MSN-FNP faculty are leaders at the local, national, and global levels. Not only are they active nurse practitioners, they’re also doctorally educated scholars, researchers, and skilled change agents.
Build versatile skills
Through a combination of core courses, specialized electives, and more than 500 clinical hours, HPU MSN-FNP students develop a strong foundation in advanced practice nursing that translates to a variety of primary care settings.
*Based on HPU’s on-campus NP exam pass rates