Family Nurse Practitioner
The Family Nursing Practitioner (FNP) track, prepared by nursing faculty at Georgia Baptist College of Nursing (GBCN), adheres to the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN), The Essentials of Master’s Education for Advanced Nursing Practice, 1996. The purpose of the FNP track is to prepare registered nurses to fulfill the role of a competent health care provider responsible for managing the care of families in the primary care setting. The focus of the FNP track is to provide the knowledge and clinical skills necessary for health promotion, disease prevention, assessment, and management of common acute and chronic illnesses.
Did you know the FNP track at GBCN has a four-year average cohort certification pass rate of >96% on the FIRST attempt!
Interested in learning more?
- Admission criteria
- Click here to view the full-time and part-time FNP curriculum plans
- Frequently Asked Questions
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