Doctor of Nursing Practice - Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP-DNP)
The Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) program prepares registered nurses with a baccalaureate or master's degree to function as Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioners in the FNP role.
Equipped for the Future
- Prepare to lead as the primary health care provider in a wide variety of settings. Conduct comprehensive health assessments, provide diagnoses, and manage acute and chronic conditions.
- Design models of health care delivery, evaluate clinical outcomes, identify and manage the health care needs of diverse populations, and use information technologies to transform the field.
- Flexible courses delivered online and in-person with no master's degree required for acceptance.
- Dual degree option allows DNP students to also earn a master's of Public Health (MPH).
- Clinical/Practicum Hours. FNP students complete approximately 1,000 supervised clinical practice hours.
The emphasis on social justice is a big part of what drew me to USF. You learn not only to be nurse practitioners, but also to be agents of change in health care."
Professor Sarah Hubbell