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Family Nurse Practitioner | MA in Nursing Education | Bridge ProgramAdvance your practice with our renowned Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) Program or our MA in Nursing EducationPace's Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) Program-one of the first of its kind to focus on family and primary health care-offers either a 42-credit master of science for RNs with a BS in nursing, a 30-credit certificate for RNs with a master's degree in nursing, or an individualized program for master's prepared nurse practitioners who wish to achieve FNP certification.n A unique blend of online, on-campus, and individually preĀ­cepted clinical practicum hours in diverse health care settings.n Nationally recognized-U.S. News & World Report has ranked Lienhard's FNP program among the best in the United States.Pace's MA in Nursing Education allows you to advance your career on your own time while preparing for a future shaping the next generation-and field-of nursing.n Online program provides flexibility for studyn Prepares you for leadership roles in a variety of settingsBridge Program to Advance DegreeAre you an RN with a bachelor's degree in a field other than nursing? If so, you can still matriculate into our graduate nursing programs by successfully completing the Bridge Program. The Bridge Program includes the following courses: undergraduate statistics, nursing research, and matrices of nursing practice. Students must be computer literate to support their learning experience. For more information, visit full curriculum on pages 14-15Lienhard School of Nursing's graduate program is ranked among the topmaster's programs in the United States, according to U.S.News & World Report.6 College of Health Professions Graduate Programs

"Being a graduate assistant at the Lienhard School of Nursing opened a door of opportunities for me and expanded my learning experience, helping me improve myself, my work, and explore new areas. The professors were true mentors." -Paule Joseph, FNP '10 College of Health Professions Graduate Programs 7