Advance your career.Become an AGACNP.
Marquette University offers two paths for current RNs to specialize in acute care: an MSN program for nurses with a BSN and certificate for nurses with a graduate degree.
There is a moratorium on admissions for the AGACNP program in Indianapolis for new students during the 2021-2022 academic year.
Our innovative nurse practitioner programs offer RNs the opportunity to advance their nursing careers with an MSN-Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner without putting their career on hold.
Through an innovative curriculum format, you can complete your education while continuing to work.
To learn how to become a nurse practitioner through Marquette University’s Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner program in Indianapolis, contact an adviser at 866-891-8443.
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Registered nurses with a graduate degree and/or NP certifications can specialize in acute care.
Registered nurses with a BSN degree can earn an MSN and specialize in acute care.
Marquette is a nonprofit organization with a history of excellence in nursing education.
The role of nurse practitioner is to provide acute and primary care to patients across the healthcare continuum, from interpreting diagnostic tests to prescribing medications to educating communities on disease prevention. If you want to become a nurse practitioner, the Direct Entry MSN program at Marquette University can accelerate your career.
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