Family Nurse Practitioner
The Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) program is designed to prepare nurses for advanced practice in providing primary care across the lifespan. The FNP program provides intensive preparation to provide comprehensive primary care with an interdisciplinary focus. The program prepares students using didactic learning, laboratory skills, human patient simulation and extensive clinical experiences providing care for all ages of patients.
FNP students will have the opportunity to learn in clinical experiences in multidisciplinary health clinics in Tulsa and northeast Oklahoma. Clinical sites are arranged by faculty to provide the best learning opportunity. You can find detailed information about the FNP program in the graduate studies bulletin.
We want to invest in you. Generous DNP scholarships — up to $10,000 — are available for qualified applicants. Apply today!
100%: That’s the proportion of our spring 2020 FNP graduates who passed their American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) certification exams in spring/summer 2020. These first-time test-takers studied hard, rose to the challenge and are now well on the road to making a measurable impact on their patients’ lives and the health care system. We’re especially proud of the fact that this is the second year in a row that all of our FNP graduates have achieved this major career milestone.
Prospective graduate students apply for admission through the Graduate School. You will submit your application, supporting material and a $60 application fee through the Graduate School application system.
If you have any questions or problems with the TU Graduate School application link, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 918-631-2336.
Applications are reviewed throughout the spring and summer until spaces are filled. Applications are reviewed as they are received and potential candidates will be scheduled for an interview.