Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Program (ACNP)
Marquette University’s Adult-Older Adult Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (ACNP) program in Indianapolis is designed to help current RNs earn their Master of Science in Nursing specializing in adult gerontology acute care while continuing to work as a registered nurse. It is a hybrid nursing program with combination of online coursework and on-the-job training with St. Vincent in Indianapolis. The part-time, 42-credit ACNP curriculum is 28 months long.
Partnership with St.Vincent Health
Through our partnership with St. Vincent in Indianapolis, Marquette University’s ACNP program can be completed online on a part-time basis while getting practical experience with a preceptor at St.Vincent Health.
Online and Hands-On Learning
Through a combination of flexible online learning and hands-on experience, you will be prepared to become an acute care nurse practitioner with a master’s degree without putting your career on hold.
About the Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Program in Indianapolis
- Complete advanced practice online ACNP courses designed to further your clinical assessment skills and prepare you for acute care settings
- Earn your MSN from prestigious Marquette University, a private, nonprofit organization
- Learn and work at your own pace through interactive, online courses combined with clinical preceptorships within the St.Vincent Health system
- Avoid the stress of finding your own preceptor; Marquette’s unique relationship with St.Vincent Health means preceptorships will be arranged for Adult-Older Adult ACNP students
ACNP Admissions Requirements
Students seeking admission to the Marquette University Acute Care Nurse Practitioner program must have an active, unrestricted RN license and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from a regionally accredited college or university.
Learn more about the Acute Care Nurse Practitioner program available to registered nurses today by speaking to an admissions adviser.