- Convenient online program for busy RNs; study anywhere, anytime on your schedule.
- Make an impact sooner. Get started quickly with no waiting list and no GRE/GMAT required.
- CCNE accredited from an established, traditional university that was ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of America’s Best Colleges.
- Affordable tuition with a wide range of financial aid options to help make your professional goals a reality.
If you’re an RN who wants to advance to a position of nurse practitioner, Spring Arbor University offers you an efficient bridge to earning your MSN/NP adult gerontology, primary care program. You can complete this degree in as few as 46 months – no waiting list or GMAT/GRE required. It’s an amazing opportunity to to earn your MSN/NP degree for less money and in less time than it would take if you were to pursue your BSN first.
Why SAU for your RN-MSN/NP?
Our RN-MSN/NP program aims to develop ethical primary care providers. In addition to the advanced nursing practice and management skills you need to act as an autonomous primary care provider, this RN-MSN/NP gerontology certification track dives deep into what it means to be a caregiver in our complex and rapidly evolving health care system. It’s a transformative journey that will give you the wisdom to bring your best self to your practice and inspire you to restore nursing to its core values from a spirit-mind-body perspective.
Certification and career outcomes
Nurse practitioners work with physicians in hospitals, physicians’ offices, nursing care facilities, schools and clinics. In some states, nurse practitioners are able to open their own practice. The median annual wage for this profession is $96,460, and the demand for nurse practitioners is estimated to grow by 31% over a 10-year period through 2022.*
Take the next step.
To learn more about the Spring Arbor University online RN-MSN/NP Adult Gerontology, Primary Care program, fill out the form on this page or call 844-641-2844 to speak with an admissions advisor.
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The baccalaureate degree program in nursing and master’s degree program in nursing at Spring Arbor University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street, NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001, 202-887-6791.