Family Nurse Practitioner Program

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Doctor of Nursing Practice – Family Nurse Practitioner

If it’s time to think about advancing your nursing career, then it’s time to consider becoming a Family Nurse Practitioner with a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree from Clarke University.  Clarke offers a nationally recognized program that is designed to serve the need of the working health care professional seeking post-baccalaureate or post masters study.  The DNP program at Clarke University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530, Washington, DC 20036, (202)887-6791.  This program offers students the flexibility needed to continue their education and pursue a doctoral degree while keeping up with the demands of work and home.

While degree reputation is important, your personal growth and professional success are even more important.  The DNP program is personalized from the very beginning and is designed to meet your educational needs. The BSN-DNP program allows students to complete 81 credits of study in 3 years.  The MSN-DNP program is tailored to meet the needs of the returning graduate student.  Upon completion of the DNP program, you will have attained the knowledge, skills, values, and confidence necessary to pass national certification exams and assume an active role as a family nurse practitioner.

Clarke’s DNP Family Nurse Practitioner track is limited to 20 students per cohort.  Students will participate in hybrid learning and face-to-face experiences with Clarke University faculty and staff during their online and on campus coursework.

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