FNP Class Profile

Our Master of Science in Nursing — Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) students represent a group of experienced and successful health care professionals.
18%
Enrolled Full Time
82%
Enrolled Part Time
3.15
Average Undergraduate
Nursing GPA
90% Female
10% Male

 

Nursing@Simmons FNP students are diverse, which creates meaningful opportunities for students to expand their worldview.

Circle graph shows percentage breakdown of ethnicity. 1% American Indian/Alaska Native, 7% Asian, 15% Black/African American, 10% Hispanic, 1% Hawaiian/Pacific, 66% White

Located in 48 states and the District of Columbia, Nursing@Simmons FNP students network with nursing professionals across the country.

Nursing@Simmons students enter the program with unique clinical specialties that include, but are not limited to, the following areas of health care:

  • Acute Critical Care
  • Mental Health
  •  
  • Adult Gerontology
  • Neonatal
  • Women’s Health
  • Family
  • Pediatrics
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  • Acute Critical Care
  • Adult Gerontology
  • Family
  • Mental Health
  • Neonatal
  • Pediatrics
  • Women’s Health

Our FNP students have a range of nursing experience, allowing peers to learn from each other and from their instructors.

0 (degree in progress) | 2%

Less than 1 year | 12%

1–2 Years | 24%

3–4 Years | 18%

5–7 Years | 15%

8–10 Years | 12%

11–15 Years | 9%

16–20 Years | 5%

21+ Years | 3%

Line graph shows percentage breakdown of nursing experience. 2% 0 (Degree in Progress), 12% Less than 1 Year, 24% 1-2 Years, 18% 3-4 Years, 15% 5-7 Years, 12% 8-10 Years, 9% 11-15 Years, 5% 16-20 Years, 3% 21+ Years

What Our Students Are Saying

NIKOLE MCLEAN

"There is a culture of support, honesty, integrity, and dedication at Simmons that I have not experienced in other online programs."

—NIKOLE MCLEAN | March 2014 Cohort

 

The Nursing@Simmons class profile includes information from all currently enrolled students as of May 2017.