Oregon FNP Programs
We found 1 Family Nurse Practitioner Programs in Oregon. One state-approved school offers an online Master's in Nursing program in Oregon: Oregon Health & Science University which is CCNE accredited.
At Oregon Health and Science University, students can pursue graduate degrees in Nursing Education or Health Systems and Organizational Leadership. In addition to the online coursework, 40 hours of practice are integrated into each credit hour.
|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|
Typical Curriculum for a Master's in Nursing
A full-time student can typically complete a Master of Science in Nursing degree in 2 years, though most schools offer a part-time option. Nursing programs generally require students to complete a core curriculum before delving into the nursing specialty of their choice.
This core curriculum tends to cover topics relating to research methods, foundational theories of nursing roles (including ethical and legal considerations), nursing informatics, healthcare policy, pharmacology, epidemiology, and pathophysiology.
Following these initial semesters of coursework, students will learn advanced material relevant to the track of their choice. The latter part of a Master's in Nursing will likely integrate practical clinical experience with classroom study, allowing students to both learn from and apply their skills to real-life situations.
|Concordia University - Saint Paul||Master||Master of Science in Nursing||Website|
|Seton Hall University||Master||Master of Science in Nursing - Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner - Primary Care||Website|
|Seton Hall University||Master||Master of Science in Nursing - Health Systems Administration with Case Management||Website|
|Notre Dame College||Master||Master of Science in Nursing Education||Website|
|Saint Xavier University||Master||Master of Science in Nursing in Clinical Leadership||Website|
|Saint Xavier University||Master||Master of Science in Nursing in Executive Leadership||Website|
|Saint Xavier University||Master||Master of Science in Nursing in Nurse Educator||Website|
|Bethel University||Master||Master of Science in Nursing: Administrator||Website|
|Queens University||Master||Master of Science in Nursing: Clinical Nurse Leader||Website|
Nursing Licensure in Oregon
After attending an ADN or BSN program recognized by the Oregon Nursing Board, applicants must fulfill state criteria to register for the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN). After passing this exam, prospective nurses can apply with the Oregon State Board of Nursing for licensure to practice in Oregon.
The following types of Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) licenses are recognized and regulated by the Oregon State Board: Acute Care (ACNP), Adult (ANP), Adult-Gerontology Acute Care (AGACNP), Adult-Gerontology Primary Care (AGPCNP), Family (FNP), Geriatric (GNP), Neonatal (NNP), Nurse Midwife (NMNP), Pediatric-Acute Care (PNP-AC), Pediatric-Primary Care (PNP-PC), Psychiatric/Mental Health (PMHNP), and Women’s Health Care (WHCNP).