Online Post Master's Certificate FNP

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Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) Certificate Program

Get up close and personal with the specialty you’re most passionate about—and deliver care in the spirit of aloha: love, kindness, grace, and unity.

What you do impacts countless lives. And pursuing a new avenue of nursing as a family nurse practitioner (FNP) will fill a meaningful void in today’s health care system and make an even greater impact. By specializing your online Post-Master's Certificate in family practice with Hawai‘i Pacific University, you can help break down the barriers to care faced by individuals in your community, as well as remote, underserved areas, by providing a wide range of family-focused health care services to patients across their life spans, from infants to seniors.

Expand the scope of your career with our online FNP Post-Master's Certificate—and put what you’ve learned immediately into practice.

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Length: 16 months

Total Credits: 24 credits

Start Dates:
3 starts per year (fall, spring, and summer)

Upcoming Start Date:
Fall
August 26, 2024

First online post-master’s certificate in nursing program in the state of Hawai‘i

First online post-master’s certificate in nursing program in the state of Hawai‘i

Three NP specialty tracks with 100% online coursework

Three NP specialty tracks with 100% online coursework

Flexible class scheduling designed for working APRNs

Flexible class scheduling designed for working APRNs

Dedicated placement assistance

Dedicated placement assistance to help you complete clinicals locally

Preparation for national board certification exams

Preparation for national board certification exams

Three start dates per year

Three start dates per year—fall, spring, and summer

Why earn your FNP certificate with HPU?

Fit Classes Around Work and Family

HPU’s online FNP certificate program is designed for working professionals, which means class scheduling is flexible and convenient.

Prepare For Licensure as A Family Nurse Practitioner

Qualify to sit for national FNP licensing exams administered by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) and the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP).

Learn From Experienced Faculty

HPU faculty are leaders at the local, national, and global levels. Not only are they active nurse practitioners, they’re also doctoral scholars, researchers, and skilled change agents.

Build Versatile Skills

Through a combination of specialized coursework and more than 500 clinical hours, you'll develop advanced competencies that can translate to a variety of primary care settings.