FNP Post-Master Certificate
Take your nursing career to the next level
6/8/2022 Update: We are not currently enrolling students for this program. Please submit any questions on this program to email@example.com.
A dynamic and rewarding field, nursing is the career choice for individuals that are passionate about helping people. For professionals who want to focus on family-centered care, HNU’s Family Nurse Practitioner certificate program offers a personalized learning experience and convenient class schedule.
Holy Names University MSN degree programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://www.aacn.nche.edu/ccne-accreditation). The FNP program is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing. Successful completion of the FNP program satisfies the Board of Registered Nursing requirements for an active license.
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This certificate program includes ten postgraduate courses (33 credits) and you may be eligible to transfer in up to six credits of graduate-level coursework.
Hybrid classes meet just one weekend a month, and students complete the rest of the coursework online.
Faculty members have extensive experience in nursing and are passionate about helping students.
Our state-of-the-art Nursing Simulation Center provides students with hands-on training.
Through workshops, lectures, and partnerships, we help our students connect with local healthcare organizations and leaders.
We offer partnership discounts
HNU is pleased to offer a discounted tuition rate to new students and alumni who are employed by one of our partner hospitals, health systems or organizations.Learn More
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