Family Nurse Practitioner/ Emergency Nurse Practitioner

​Jacksonville University's College of Health Sciences and Keigwin School of Nursing offers 1 of 6​ programs in the United States to prepare Emergency Nurse Practitioners. The Emergency Nurse Practitioner (ENP) sub-specialization program prepares graduates to care for patients across the lifespan in emergent and urgent care settings.

ENP courses are co-taught by Board Certified Emergency Physicians and expert nursing faculty. Students complete clinical rotations with physicians and nurse practitioners in regional ED settings. Graduates of the ENP sub-specialization program are eligible for specialty certification (ENP-BC) through the American Nurses' Credentialing Center (ANCC) after two years of full-time practice as an ENP.

Admissions & Curriculum

The MSN-FNP begin one time per year in the fall semester only. All applications and supporting materials are due by February 1 of the year you are applying to start in the program.

All questions regarding application, admissions, progression and program details should be directed to Stephanie Bloom.

Contact Us

Teresa MacGregor PhD, ARNP

Director, MSN Programs

Stephanie Bloom

Assistant Director of Enrollment & Advising for Graduate Nursing