The role of nurse practitioner specializing in Family Nursing is offered at the University of South Alabama College of Nursing. The MSN program prepares graduates for certification as an FNP and for doctoral study. Graduates of the program are able to synthesize and apply advanced knowledge, theories, and research to a specialized area of nursing practice and function as leaders in practice to contribute to the advancement of the nursing profession.
A common core of courses are offered online including concepts, theory, research, and issues related to advanced nursing practice. Clinical requirements can usually be completed with preceptors in the students’ home community. Students may be required to return to campus at the end of fall, spring, and summer semesters for a final exam and orientation to the next semester.
For all students enrolled in CMN 569 in the fall, FNP clinical orientation will be online. You will receive an email regarding this clinical orientation. You will have several days to access the orientation content before the fall semester begins. An on-campus intensive session of classes and skills labs will be held and is required for all students enrolled in CMN 569.
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For information about the FNP Track and help with setting up your graduate degree program contact the CON Office of Graduate studies: email@example.com
Dr. Brenda Holloway, FNP Track Coordinator
Cindy Herf Deborah Hyatt
Dr. Nancy Turnham
Dr. Carolyn Dolan
Dr. Kimberly Brewer
Dr. Susan Montgomery
For Additional Information
USA College of Nursing - HAHN 3086
5721 USA Drive N.
Mobile AL 36688-0002
FAX: (251) 445-9416
The MSN programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education
One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 520
Washington, D.C. 20036-1120
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