Nevada FNP Programs
We found 1 Family Nurse Practitioner program in Nevada.
Graduates of a Master of Science in Nursing Program (MSN) are eligible to apply for an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) License. Nevada requires that all licensed registered nurses complete an undergraduate program approved by The Nevada Board of Nursing. Undergraduates must then attend a Master's in Nursing Science program.
The Nevada Board of Nursing does not have an approved list of MSN programs. They do require that the chosen program be at least one academic year in length, include didactic instruction and clinical experience with a qualified physician (MD or DO) or APRN. The Nevada Board of Nursing also requires that you have practiced nursing within the last five years. The Board highly encourages MSN graduates to hold national certification as an APRN.
Online MSN Programs in Nevada
The following schools offer Master of Science in Nursing programs. There are many other programs available in Nevada but the following emphasize online learning.
University of Nevada Las Vegas
This program offers three tracks: Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP), Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) and Nurse Educator (NE). All courses offered can be studied full or part-time. Full-time course work can complete the FNP program in 16 months, and the NE program in 12 months. Part-time course work for all tracks can be completed in three years.
Admission occurs every fall semester with applications due February 1st. One year of clinical practice as a registered nurse is required. The majority of the courses are taught online, requiring only 7 campus visits. The University does not recommend that students work while completing the program, due to intensive time requirements.
Touro University Nevada
This program offers one track: The MSN Family Nurse Practitioner. It offers 3 cohorts or application times: Fall, Spring, and Summer. The program is taught mostly online, requiring three separate weeks of campus visits. This program was developed for students to be able to work during their studies.
Roseman University of Health Sciences
This program offers one track: The Master of Science in Nursing Family Nurse Practitioner. The program lasts 23 months and is taught mostly online. It was designed in a block schedule- allowing students to both study and work full time. Applications are accepted twice per year, in January and July. One year of clinical experience as an RN is encouraged.