Wisconsin FNP Programs
We found 5 Family Nurse Practitioner Programs in Wisconsin.
Graduates of a Master of Science in Nursing Program (MSN) are eligible to apply for an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) License. Wisconsin requires that all licensed registered nurses complete an undergraduate program approved by the Wisconsin State Board of Nursing.
Undergraduates must then attend a Master's in Nursing Science program. The Wisconsin State Board of Nursing has published an approved list of schools for undergraduate and graduate programs.
Online MSN Programs in Wisconsin
The following schools offer Master of Science in Nursing programs. There are many other programs available in Wisconsin, but the following emphasize online learning.
This program offers seven tracks: Adult- Gerontology Acute Care NP, Adult- Gerontology Primary Care NP, Adult- Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist, Pediatric Primary Care NP, Pediatric Acute Care NP, Dual Pediatric Primary and Acute Care NP, Nurse Midwifery. Applicants must have a BSN degree and hold a current RN Wisconsin license in good standing.
Programs can be completed part-time or full time. Courses are taught with a hybrid of online and in-person classes. A minimum of one year full or part-time work experience as a registered nurse in an acute care setting is required.
This program offers four tracks: Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP), Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Educator (PMHNP), Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS), Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner (AGPNCP). All tracks require 200 hours of practicum. Classes meet every other weekend for 8 weeks and can be completed in 18 months.
Applicants must hold a Bachelor’s degree in nursing from a college or university accredited by a nursing accreditation agency approved by the Department of Education. They must also hold a current, unencumbered registered nurse license or be eligible for RN licensure in the state of Wisconsin or multi-state compact. Graduates are eligible to pursue the appropriate APRN certification through the ANCC.
Bellin College of Nursing
This program offers two tracks: Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP), and Nurse Educator (NE). Both tracks are available full or part-time. Both tracks are taught with a hybrid blend of online and face to face classes. Graduates of both tracks are eligible to pursue the appropriate APRN certification through the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Certification Board (AANPCP) or the National League of Nursing (NLN).