Master of Science in Nursing - Primary Care
Reinvigorate your career, discover new interests, and learn to change lives for the better through the Indiana Wesleyan University School of Nursing's Master of Science in Nursing degree program. Working in a collaborative environment with fellow nurses, you will revitalize your commitment to the health and well-being of your community. You will learn from nursing instructors who share your goals for meeting today's rapidly changing health care needs with leadership, scholarship, and lifelong education.
NEW! IWU has received a significant grant to assist students in the Nursing Education specialization through the Nurse Faculty Loan Program ( NFLP ).
Your Master of Science in Nursing degree will prepare you to serve in a variety of settings, from the most prestigious hospitals to the vital needs of the mission field.
Primary Care Nursing
Fort Wayne, IN | Greenwood, IN | Marion, IN | Florence, KY | Louisville, KY
This specialization prepares registered nurses as Family Nurse Practitioners (FNP). The focus of Primary Care is the interrelationship of theory, research, and evidence-based practice. Opportunities for development of critical thinking and clinical problem-solving skills are provided throughout the program.
Graduates are eligible to apply for nurse practitioner certification by the appropriate credentialing body.
Completed applications will be evaluated by the Graduate Nursing Admissions Committee as submitted.
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