Carr College of Nursing

Welcome to the Carr College of Nursing

Graduate Program

The Board of Trustees of Harding University approved the development of a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) with a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) track to open in the Fall of 2014. The academic administration of Harding, and the administration and faculty of the Carr College of College of Nursing have worked for several years to plan the feasibility and details of program implementation.

Successful completion of this program prepares Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs) to apply for national certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner, and prepare for a variety of rewarding roles in health care systems. As state and federal decisions shape the future of health care and advanced nursing practice, the graduate will be positioned to make a significant impact on safe and quality patient care.

Full-time and part-time progression options are available.

Faith, Learning, and Living in the Carr College of Nursing, MSN, FNP Track 

The Carr College of Nursing is committed to the university mission of integrating faith, learning, and living.

The graduate nursing faculty are committed to integrate a Christian education in a quality, evidenced-based, advanced practice nursing education.

The flexibility of a hybrid, distance education program allows graduate nursing students to integrate work, school, and personal lives with career goals.

Low faculty and student ratios in class and clinical experiences provide mentoring and the monitoring of student progress and competency attainment.

Practicum experiences are scheduled at the convenience of the nursing graduate student.

The course load is flexible to allow for life needs.

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Dean of Carr College of Nursing

Carr College of Nursing

Assistant to the Dean