Transfer of Associate Degrees to MSN FNP Program
Admission of the associate-degree-prepared student to the MSN FNP program is through the RN to BSN program. The applicant must complete the following prerequisites and required nursing baccalaureate content requirements or transfer equivalent courses to be considered for the MSN FNP Program.
The associate degree RN has two options for admission to the MSN FNP program.
Complete the RN-BSN program successfully in its entirety and graduate with a BSN degree, then apply for the MSN program of your choice.
Option 2: NOTE: This option will not earn a BSN
Complete the following prerequisites and nursing baccalaureate content successfully (or transfer equivalent courses) before applying for the MSN FNP program (see MSN links below).
University Writing/Research (or equivalent)
Required nursing baccalaureate content for a MSN program: (may apply for the MSN during this semester):
NURS4100. Concepts of Leadership and Management in Professional Nursing
NURS4113. Introduction to Evidence-based Practice/Nursing Research
NURS4114. Nursing of Diverse Communities and Populations
NURS4115. Nursing of Diverse Communities and Populations Lab
Online MSN Leadership and Education Program
Online Family Nurse Practitioner Program Please note: Completion of the prerequisites and baccalaureate content listed above does not guarantee admission into the MSN FNP program. You must first apply for the program after completion of the above courses. The MSN FNP Director will review your file and grades and may invite you for an interview.