The purpose of this BSN-DNP program is to prepare family care nurse practitioners to become skilled in meeting healthcare needs of individuals and families across the life span. Family nurse practitioners concern their practice with the treatment of common, uncomplicated problems and the prevention of disease and disability. Program graduates will be eligible to take the Family Nurse Practitioner certification examinations. Graduates will also be eligible for licensure as Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioners by the Florida Board of Nursing. ** Those who already hold MSN degrees should go to the post-MSN DNP and/or FNP Certificate webpages if interested in becoming a Family Nurse Practitioner. The School of Nursing offers full- and part-time enrollment in this track. Please note that tbe Program of Study presented below is for the Master of Science in Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner track, which no longer offers admission. This will appear until June 2014. For the upcoming BSN-DNP FNP curriculum, which will admit for Fall 2014, please click here.
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