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Family Nurse Practitioner Post-Master’s Certificate

You’re already a master’s educated nurse. Build on your expertise with a family nurse practitioner post-master’s certificate (PMFNPC) from Loyola University New Orleans.

Loyola’s flexible online PMFNPC program is ideal for working professionals and can be completed from any location. We’ll work with you to create a customized plan of study designed around your completed coursework and professional goals. Students in Loyola’s FNP post-master's certificate program complete didactic coursework asynchronously online, combined with at least 500 supervised clinical hours in direct patient care. 

Program benefits: 

  • Prepare for leadership roles in primary care professional practice
  • Gain a patient-centered education rooted in Loyola’s Jesuit values with an emphasis on caring for the whole person—mind, body, and spirit
  • Combine evidence-based scientific knowledge with an advanced understanding of business and management principles 

Have questions about the PMFNPC program? Reach out to the College of Nursing and Health admissions team at nursing@loyno.edu

Application Deadline: December 1

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Meet the Growing Demand for Nurse Practitioners

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that employment of nurse practitioners, nurse anesthetists, and nurse-midwives is projected to grow 45% from 2019 to 2029, much faster than the average for all occupations. With an aging population on the rise in the U.S., demand for preventive care is also on the rise. The FNP post-master's certificate will help prepare you for rewarding roles in providing primary care for patients throughout the lifespan.

PMFNPC Program Requirements

The PMFNPC curriculum plan can be completed with as few as 18 credit hours depending on the applicant’s previous academic experience. Loyola’s FNP program director will complete an individual gap analysis with each applicant to develop an individualized plan of study. For specific questions, reach out to nursing@loyno.edu to speak with our team. 

Application Deadline: December 1

Start Your Application