Nebraska FNP Programs

We found 4 Family Nurse Practitioner Programs in Nebraska. Nebraska requires that all licensed nurses begin with completion of a Nebraska Board of Nursing-approved undergraduate nursing program.

The next required step is to complete a Master's Program in Nursing that is officially accredited by the US Department of Education, either the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) or the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN).

School Level Program Admissions
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

The next step is to become accredited by a national certifying body concordant with their specialty. Nurses who achieve a master's in science in Nebraska have four specialties from which to choose: Certified Nurse Midwife, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist, or Nurse Practitioner.

Due to Nebraska's participation in the Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) statute, nurse practitioners who achieve licensure in a state outside Nebraska are able to receive Nebraska licensure without re-examination.

Top Nurse Practitioner Programs in Nebraska

Creighton University

CCNE-accredited Creighton University offers the chance to practice in any of a number of specialty areas. Nurses can also seek unique options in cardiology or oncology sub-specialization.

University of Nebraska Medical Center

The University of Nebraska Medical Center boasts a hospital partner that is a magnet; it has many other clinical partnerships located around Nebraska and receives considerable grant funding. CCNE-accredited UNMC offers multiple tracks at the MSN level.

Clarkson College

The Clarkson College program offers two of the more common specialties, family practice and adult-gerontology care, in an online format. Although taught at the master's level, the ACEN-accredited Clarkson puts a healthy focus on research. Students can expect to write a journal article during their education at the institution.

Nebraska Methodist College

Nebraska Methodist College offers CCNE-accredited online adult-gerontology and family nurse practitioner options.

Salary and Career Information for Nurse Practitioners in Nebraska

Education is followed by formal transition to practice. A newly-educated Nebraska nurse practitioner will accrue 2,000 hours of experience under a transition-to-practice agreement with a physician.

According to a 2017 supply and demand report, statewide APRN shortages are expected through 2025. The following regions were expected to be particularly hard hit: Northeast, Central, Omaha, and Lincoln.

Nebraska nurse practitioners will earn an average of $48.04 an hour in 2020 ($99,930 for those working 40-hour weeks year-round), per the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

FNP Programs in Nebraska

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Clarkson College

Omaha
  • Master of Science in Nursing: Family Nurse Practitioner - Accredited

Creighton University

Omaha
  • Master of Science in Nursing, Clinical Systems Administration - Accredited

MSN Programs in Nebraska

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College of Saint Mary

Omaha
  • Master of Science in Nursing - Accredited

Creighton University

Omaha
  • Master of Science in Nursing - Accredited

Nebraska Wesleyan University

Lincoln
  • Master of Science in Nursing - Accredited

University of Nebraska Medical Center

Omaha
  • MSN - Accredited