The purpose of this Master of Science in Nursing program is to prepare primary care nurse practitioners to become skilled in meeting healthcare needs of individuals and families across the life span. Primary care 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 FNP Certificate webpage if interested in becoming a Nurse Practitioner as that is the only application option available for such potential candidates.The School of Nursing offers a Full-Time (2-year) and a Part-Time (3-year) track, as listed below. Note that those entering the part-time track in the fall 2013 term will be under a MSN track that is pending transition in 2014 to a DNP track. This will require an adjustment to the number of credit hours and to the layout of the curriculum that is not currently available online. There will be an option to opt-out. Please check back in the near future for additional details!
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