Oklahoma Online Master of Science in Nursing: Family Nurse Practitioner (MSN-FNP) Program

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Oklahoma Online Master of Science in Nursing: Family Nurse Practitioner (MSN-FNP) Program

Oklahoma MSN-FNP Program Online Highlights

Carson-Newman’s online Master of Science in Nursing Family Nurse Practitioner (MSN-FNP) degree program helps registered nurses to advance their careers by become independent advanced primary care providers who, in some cases, choose to open their own practice or work in outpatient clinics.

The Oklahoma MSN-MSN-FNP program is designed to develop a complete advanced practice nurse who analyzes ethical issues that arise in practice, education, research and administration and their intersection with personal values. The program helps nurses to understand the legal obligations that frequently accompany ethical dilemmas. Carson-Newman online MSN-FNP students learn to look beyond immediate symptoms to provide advanced primary care  from a holistic perspective. MSN-FNP graduates from Oklahoma learn to make confident decisions based on an astute ability to understand patients at a deeper level and solve complex problems.


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Fast Facts: Nurse Practitioner Online Program Highlights

  • Complete your online MSN-FNP in as few as 32 months

  • Complete assignments when it’s most convenient for your schedule with 100% online coursework (not including clinicals and residency)

  • Accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges

  • Accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)*

*The baccalaureate degree program in nursing and master's degree program in nursing at Carson-Newman University are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001, 202-887-6791 (http://www.ccneaccreditation.org).

Program Outcomes

Online FNP Program Career Stats

The MSN-FNP program helps graduates from Oklahoma  become independent advanced primary care providers who learn how to assess and care for patients across the lifespan. Oklahoma students learn to improve assessment and overall outcomes by connecting the dots between theory, research, clinical expertise, and the individual needs of patients.

About Oklahoma

Oklahoma is part of the West South Central States, along with Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas. Oklahoma was originally set aside for the exclusive use of the Indians and was called Indian Territory. However, in 1889, the land was opened to settlers in what became known as the "Oklahoma Land Rush." Oklahoma has produced more astronauts than any other state.


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