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.
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