Hawaii FNP Programs
We found 1 Family Nurse Practitioner Programs in Hawaii.
Registered nurses in Hawaii seeking an online Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree may not obtain it from a university based in Hawaii. Two programs in the state, based at Hawaii Pacific University and the University of Hawaii at Manoa, offer MSN programs accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).
CCNE accreditation indicates that the program has been certified as offering an effective and high quality education that reflects current professional standards. Neither of these programs offers an online completion option.
|Fairleigh Dickinson University||Master||MSN - Family Nurse Practitioner||Website|
|George Mason University||Master||MSN - Family Nurse Practitioner||Website|
|Campbellsville University||Master||APRN with FNP Track||Website|
|Benedictine University||Master||Master of Science in Nursing||Website|
|Rivier University||Master||MS in Nursing: Family Practitioner||Website|
|Sacred Heart University||Master||MSN - Family Nurse Practitioner||Website|
|University of West Florida||Master||Nursing, M.S.N. - Family Nurse Practitioner||Website|
|Saint Xavier University||Master||Master of Science in Nursing||Website|
|Seton Hall University||Master||Master of Science in Nursing - Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner - Acute Care||Website|
None of the MSN programs based in Hawaii are accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN). ACEN accreditation in Hawaii is limited to associate and baccalaureate degree programs.
RNs seeking to complete their MSN online may select from degree programs must select from programs based in other states.
Clinical leadership programs may include courses in health care ethics, health policy and theory, and research principles, in addition to advanced coursework in pathophysiology, health assessment, pharmacology, and disease management.
According to the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, which helped develop the Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) credential, CNLs are trained to be point-of-care leaders who focus on care coordination, outcomes management, transitions of care, interprofessional communication, risk assessment, and quality improvement, among other things.