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There has never been a better time to get started on your path to becoming a family nurse practitioner. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects the demand for nurse practitioners to grow 52 percent between 2019 and 2029. And with the shortage of primary care physicians on the horizon, FNPs are well-suited to help meet the healthcare needs of our communities.
FNPs provide high-quality, cost-effective care for individuals and families across generations. FNPs emphasize health promotion and disease prevention, assess patients, order and interpret tests, and diagnose and prescribe medications in managing acute and chronic illnesses.
As an independent provider or member of an interdisciplinary team, FNPs practice in a variety of settings including clinics, hospitals, schools, university medical centers, urgent care facilities, and private practices.
100 percent of our Class of 2019 passed their certification exams and have been hired within the community.
The Family Nurse Practitioner curriculum totals 71 credit hours and prepares baccalaureate-degreed registered nurses to deliver acute and chronic healthcare to individuals and families in a variety of settings.
Nurse practitioner ranks #3 on the U.S. News & World Report's 2021 list of Best 100 Jobs.
For tuition rates, please visit the Business Office "Tuition Rates" page.
Sending supporting documents: Go to the instructions tab located in the admissions portal.
Letters of recommendation and clinical observation forms must be submitted by the recommenders to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A graduate level statistics course is required prior to matriculation in the program. Marian University offers BMS 511 Biostatistics online during the fall and spring semesters. To register for this course, apply as a non-degree seeking graduate student.
Once you are accepted, you will receive an email that explains the enrollment process. If you have questions about applying, please contact Graduate Admissions at GRadmissions@marian.edu
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