Earning a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) / Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) is an excellent way to continue your career in nursing while preparing you for future opportunities! Since our start in 1994, our graduate program has become known for providing world-class instruction for nurses to reach the next step in their career. If you are seeking a doctorate in nursing practice as Family Nurse Practitioner, Minnesota State University, Mankato is an excellent choice. Our educational experience in the nursing field, practicing clinical faculty, convenient classroom and practice facilities, support Family Nurse Practitioner in accessing clinical placements, and many other benefits allow you to succeed and reach your personal and professional goals.
Minnesota State University, Mankato is proud to offer two DNP tracks for students interested in becoming doctorally prepared.
Both tracks emphasize our renonwed family-focused curriculum, helping students learn how to provide the best care possible to individuals, their families and the community.
Discover the learning outcomes, curriculum, advising and tuition information about the Doctor of Nursing program at Minnesota State University, Mankato.
Get all the details about admission requirements and how to apply to one of our DNP Tracks: BS-DNP/FNP and MSN-DNP.
Students admitted into the BSN to DNP Primary Care Family Nurse Practitioner program progress full-time through the curriculum and obtain the DNP degree in 3 years.
This post-masters DNP program is part-time, fully online, and takes 2 years to complete.