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What is a Nurse Practitioner (NP)?

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Nurse Practitioner Fact Sheet (Click here.)

2015-2016 Tuition and Fees for Family Nurse Practitioner Program

 

FULL TIMEPART TIME
Tuition$8000/semesterTuition$6000/semester
Technology fee$240/semesterTechnology fee$24 per credit hour
Clinical fees$500/per clinical courseClinical fees$500/per clinical course

Other expenses:  Books, laptop & required software, and medical equipment.


Beyond tuition and university fees, graduate nursing students incur personal incidental expenses for which students are personally responsible.  These include and are not limited to application fees, clinical expenses, health-related expenses, standardized tests, certification preparation and examination fees, health insurance, liability insurance, uniforms, equipment, transportation, and personal costs while attending campus activities.

 

 

Carr College of Nursing
501-279-4475
Fax: 501-305-8902


MSN-Family Nurse Practitioner Program
Dr. Dona Clarin, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC
Family Nurse Practitioner Program Director
501-279-4859
gradnursing@harding.edu

Dean of Carr College of Nursing
501-279-4476
nursing@harding.edu