The FNP performs comprehensive health assessments, diagnoses illness, and prescribes pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatments to manage acute and chronic health problems to achieve quality cost-effective outcomes in a culturally sensitive context.
The role of the nurse practitioner includes educating, consulting and collaborating, using research to make practice decisions, and influencing professional and public policies. Within various practice settings, the FNP provides health care for clients across the lifespan.
Whether you are pursuing your first career, or are a seasoned professional looking for advancement and enrichment, at Grand Canyon University we have a program that will meet your needs and challenge you, both in the classroom and on the job.
You always strive to make a difference in the lives of those around you, now take your passion to a new level with a degree in nursing and a future in health care giving!
Why GCU Online?
Accreditation: Grand Canyon University is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (member of North Central Assocation of Colleges and Schools).