Family Nurse Practitioner Program

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MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN  FAMILY HEALTH CARE 

Our FNP program can help you expand your role as a nurse and improve health care in the community you serve.

 

If you hold a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and are committed to caring for the health care needs of families, Wilson School of Nursing's FNP program is for you.  We also admit master's prepared nurses who wish to earn a post-master's certificate as a Family Nurse Practitioner. 

Our FNP students build upon their education and experience as RNs, expanding their skills to provide primary nursing care across the lifespan.  Graduates of our program are equipped for nursing practice in a variety of community settings as well as private practice.

This program meets the requirements for advanced practice nursing established by the Board of Nurse Examiners for the State of Texas.  Graduates are eligible for national certification examinations.  This program promotes the movement of Registered Nurses into the advance practice nursing role through both theoretical and clinical education. 

The curriculum is comprised of 18 hours of nursing core, 24 hours of clinical, and 6 hours of thesis or evidence based project courses, for a total of 48 credit hours.  The graduate programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.  View required courses

 

The FNP program only admits students in the Fall semester.

Application Deadline is July 1st.

 

Additional Information

 



For more information, please contact:
Debra Walker, RN, FNP-BC, DNP
Assistant Professor
Graduate Program Coordinator/FNP Coordinator
Telephone: (940)397-4600
E-mail: debra.walker@mwsu.edu
Address: 3410 Taft Blvd., Wichita Falls, TX 76308
Office: Bridwell Hall 308C


         

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