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A Nurse Practitioner (NP) is an advanced practice nurse who provides primary and specialty care to patients and families. As an NP, you're able to examine and diagnose patients, prescribe medication, recommend treatment, make referrals and give independent individualized care while promoting good health and disease prevention.

Nurse Practitioner Schools

To become an NP, you'll need to earn a master's degree in nursing (MSN). There are several nurse practitioner schools that can give you the education and training you need to gain NP licensure. Here is a list of five below to start your research:

  • Azusa Pacific University: Located in Azusa, California, this university offers a master's in nursing with nurse practitioner specialties in: Adult-Gerontology NP, Family NP, Pediatric NP, and Psychiatric Mental Health NP
  • Johns Hopkins University: This university is renowned for educating professionals in the medical field. It offers a master's in nursing program with an interdisciplinary approach. This program is offered both online and on campus.
  • Saint Louis University: The Master of Science in Nursing - Nurse Practitioner program (MSN-NP) at Saint Louis University is offered completely online and prepares graduates for a variety of specialities in the field.
  • Duke University: The School of Nursing at Duke offers a Master of Science in Nursing. Many of the courses for this program are offered via distance learning. Students also have the option of adding a specialty to their course of study.
  • San Francisco State University: This state university offers a master's of nursing program for registered nurses planning to attain an advanced practice nursing education.

Nurse Practitioner Education Requirements

A master's degree in nursing is an essential part of nurse practitioner education requirements. Some of the courses within the master's degree include:

  • Anatomy
  • Biology
  • Medical Terminology
  • Pharmacology
  • Surgical Techniques
  • Mental Health Studies
  • Computer Technology
  • Maternity
  • Nursing Management
  • Testing and Diagnosis

Before pursuing this degree, a student must have a registered nursing license. In addition, a background in science can help students overcome challenges with the coursework.

Receiving formal nurse practitioner training through an accredited program and graduating with a master's degree in nursing are the first steps to becoming a nurse practitioner. Upon graduation, you must pass the NCLEX-RN exam to become a licensed registered nurse. If unsuccessful, the exam may be taken as many times as necessary.

Resources for Nurse Practitioners

Sources:

  1. Azusa Pacific University, http://www.apu.edu/nursing/graduate/msnnp/
  2. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Nurse Practitioners, http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/nurse-anesthetists-nurse-midwives-and-nurse-practitioners.htm
  3. Duke University, https://nursing.duke.edu/academics/programs/msn/master-science-nursing
  4. Johns Hopkins University, http://nursing.jhu.edu/academics/programs/masters/msn-np-mph/
  5. Saint Louis University, http://www.slu.edu/nursing/majors-and-degrees/master-of-science-in-nursing-nurse-practitioner-(msn-np)
  6. San Francisco State University, http://www.nursing.sfsu.edu/elmsn

Metro Areas Sorted by Total Employment for:
Nurse Practitioner Schools

Listed below are metro areas sorted by the total number of people employed in Nurse Practitioner Schools jobs , as of 2016

2016 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov; 2014-24 State Occupational Projections, Projections Central, projectionscentral.com

     
Metro Area (Alabama) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Hoover 1040 $93,700
Birmingham 1040 $93,700
Huntsville 390 $91,470
Mobile 260 $78,460
Tuscaloosa 140 $95,010
Montgomery 130 $100,560
Decatur 120 $88,110
Florence 80 $99,010
Muscle Shoals 80 $99,010
Fairhope 70 $95,080
Daphne 70 $95,080
Foley 70 $95,080
Dothan 60 $76,360
Gadsden 60 $107,920
Opelika 50 $74,000
Auburn 50 $74,000
Anniston -2222 $60,080
Jacksonville -2222 $60,080
Oxford -2222 $60,080
     
Metro Area (Alaska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anchorage 210 $106,560
Fairbanks 40 $112,990
     
Metro Area (Arizona) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Mesa 1670 $107,960
Phoenix 1670 $107,960
Scottsdale 1670 $107,960
Tucson 360 $97,460
Flagstaff 70 $102,520
Douglas 50 $90,030
Sierra Vista 50 $90,030
Prescott 50 $96,440
Kingman 40 $93,530
Lake Havasu City 40 $93,530
Yuma -2222 $115,590
     
Metro Area (Arkansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Conway 540 $90,450
North Little Rock 540 $90,450
Little Rock 540 $90,450
Jonesboro 100 $89,920
Hot Springs 70 $94,550
Pine Bluff 40 $95,820
     
Metro Area (California) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anaheim 4300 $122,350
Long Beach 4300 $122,350
Los Angeles 4300 $122,350
San Francisco 1940 $136,750
Hayward 1940 $136,750
Oakland 1940 $136,750
San Diego 1430 $111,330
Carlsbad 1430 $111,330
Ontario 1070 $114,210
San Bernardino 1070 $114,210
Riverside 1070 $114,210
Sunnyvale 780 $151,000
Santa Clara 780 $151,000
San Jose 780 $151,000
Sacramento 620 $123,720
Roseville 620 $123,720
Arcade 620 $123,720
Arden 620 $123,720
Fresno 460 $99,770
Fairfield 210 $146,400
Vallejo 210 $146,400
Oxnard 200 $112,690
Ventura 200 $112,690
Thousand Oaks 200 $112,690
Santa Rosa 170 $111,640
Visalia 160 $121,610
Porterville 160 $121,610
Bakersfield 120 $119,840
Chico 110 $105,280
Arroyo Grande 80 $106,180
Paso Robles 80 $106,180
San Luis Obispo 80 $106,180
Watsonville 80 $112,920
Santa Cruz 80 $112,920
Stockton 80 $113,430
Lodi 80 $113,430
El Centro 70 $119,390
Salinas 70 $119,490
Madera 70 $128,510
Santa Barbara 60 $100,830
Santa Maria 60 $100,830
Merced 60 $110,650
Yuba City 60 $118,510
Redding 50 $97,860
Napa 50 $120,980
Modesto -2222 $112,080
     
Metro Area (Colorado) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Aurora 1470 $101,710
Denver 1470 $101,710
Lakewood 1470 $101,710
Colorado Springs 290 $-2,222
Boulder 170 $114,380
Pueblo 160 $96,020
Fort Collins 90 $86,020
Grand Junction 50 $102,690
Greeley 50 $105,750
     
Metro Area (Connecticut) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
East Hartford 930 $107,800
West Hartford 930 $107,800
Hartford 930 $107,800
Stamford 490 $118,980
Norwalk 490 $118,980
Bridgeport 490 $118,980
New Haven 410 $104,450
Danbury 240 $95,910
Waterbury 80 $101,010
     
Metro Area (Delaware) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dover 60 $95,940
     
Metro Area (Florida) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Miami 2190 $93,670
West Palm Beach 2190 $93,670
Fort Lauderdale 2190 $93,670
St. Petersburg 1680 $91,940
Clearwater 1680 $91,940
Tampa 1680 $91,940
Orlando 1170 $95,720
Sanford 1170 $95,720
Kissimmee 1170 $95,720
Jacksonville 740 $95,600
Pensacola 420 $93,120
Brent 420 $93,120
Ferry Pass 420 $93,120
Melbourne 320 $98,860
Palm Bay 320 $98,860
Titusville 320 $98,860
North Port 310 $93,420
Bradenton 310 $93,420
Sarasota 310 $93,420
Winter Haven 240 $87,920
Lakeland 240 $87,920
Port St. Lucie 220 $101,390
Daytona Beach 190 $102,070
Ormond Beach 190 $102,070
Deltona 190 $102,070
Fort Myers 170 $95,170
Cape Coral 170 $95,170
Tallahassee 150 $90,020
Gainesville 120 $89,360
Ocala 110 $84,210
Immokalee 90 $73,000
Marco Island 90 $73,000
Naples 90 $73,000
Panama City 80 $104,210
Vero Beach 60 $97,460
Sebastian 60 $97,460
Punta Gorda 50 $93,700
Destin 50 $100,860
Fort Walton Beach 50 $100,860
Crestview 50 $100,860
Homosassa Springs -2222 $96,820
     
Metro Area (Georgia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sandy Springs 2120 $96,060
Atlanta 2120 $96,060
Roswell 2120 $96,060
Savannah 200 $96,570
Macon 180 $98,740
Gainesville 110 $91,630
Athens 100 $93,080
Clarke County 100 $93,080
Rome 90 $102,340
Albany 60 $107,370
Dalton 50 $98,840
Warner Robins -2222 $40,010
Valdosta -2222 $96,620
     
Metro Area (Hawaii) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Urban Honolulu 240 $121,520
Lahaina 30 $90,900
Wailuku 30 $90,900
Kahului 30 $90,900
     
Metro Area (Idaho) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Boise City 280 $98,470
Coeur d'Alene 60 $94,590
Pocatello 50 $66,570
Idaho Falls 50 $100,380
     
Metro Area (Illinois) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Rockford 200 $91,300
Peoria 200 $92,980
Urbana 190 $96,400
Champaign 190 $96,400
Springfield 160 $104,130
Bloomington 60 $95,870
Kankakee 60 $96,800
Marion 40 $93,920
Carbondale 40 $93,920
     
Metro Area (Indiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Indianapolis 1540 $100,240
Anderson 1540 $100,240
Carmel 1540 $100,240
Fort Wayne 390 $90,530
Bloomington 140 $88,970
Elkhart 120 $95,800
Goshen 120 $95,800
West Lafayette 80 $106,070
Lafayette 80 $106,070
Terre Haute 60 $92,470
Kokomo 50 $94,230
La Porte 40 $95,460
Michigan City 40 $95,460
     
Metro Area (Iowa) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Des Moines 270 $99,930
Des Moines 270 $99,930
Iowa City 190 $96,770
Cedar Rapids 150 $94,440
Cedar Falls 130 $96,070
Waterloo 130 $96,070
Dubuque 60 $98,000
Ames 40 $99,460
     
Metro Area (Kansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Wichita 330 $89,010
Topeka 190 $98,210
Lawrence 50 $108,460
     
Metro Area (Kentucky) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lexington 600 $93,190
Fayette 600 $93,190
Bowling Green 140 $85,510
Owensboro 80 $93,600
Fort Knox 70 $94,250
Elizabethtown 70 $94,250
     
Metro Area (Louisiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Metairie 440 $92,450
New Orleans 440 $92,450
Baton Rouge 290 $97,970
Shreveport 200 $97,140
Bossier City 200 $97,140
Lafayette 170 $84,950
Lake Charles 140 $87,690
Monroe 130 $91,320
Alexandria 70 $94,480
Hammond 70 $104,610
Thibodaux 40 $107,310
Houma 40 $107,310
     
Metro Area (Maine) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Portland 400 $96,850
South Portland 400 $96,850
Bangor 190 $98,080
Auburn 90 $98,970
Lewiston 90 $98,970
     
Metro Area (Maryland) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Towson 1960 $101,300
Columbia 1960 $101,300
Baltimore 1960 $101,300
     
Metro Area (Massachusetts) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Barnstable Town 190 $89,150
Gardner 100 $117,760
Leominster 100 $117,760
New Bedford 70 $110,160
Pittsfield 50 $101,780
     
Metro Area (Michigan) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dearborn 1470 $98,180
Warren 1470 $98,180
Detroit 1470 $98,180
Ann Arbor 370 $105,800
Wyoming 340 $96,290
Grand Rapids 340 $96,290
Saginaw 180 $91,770
East Lansing 170 $98,030
Lansing 170 $98,030
Portage 140 $92,190
Kalamazoo 140 $92,190
Flint 140 $97,340
Jackson 60 $98,380
Monroe 30 $91,590
     
Metro Area (Minnesota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Rochester 920 $108,510
St. Cloud 100 $102,340
Mankato 40 $102,490
North Mankato 40 $102,490
     
Metro Area (Mississippi) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Jackson 630 $98,180
Hattiesburg 210 $102,680
Pascagoula 170 $94,600
Biloxi 170 $94,600
Gulfport 170 $94,600
     
Metro Area (Missouri) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Springfield 330 $89,910
Joplin 240 $91,590
Columbia 160 $92,380
Jefferson City 60 $83,090
     
Metro Area (Montana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Missoula 80 $91,310
Billings 80 $96,640
Great Falls 40 $90,040
     
Metro Area (Nebraska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lincoln 140 $89,240
Grand Island 30 $76,500
     
Metro Area (Nevada) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Paradise 400 $100,010
Henderson 400 $100,010
Las Vegas 400 $100,010
Reno 180 $100,570
     
Metro Area (New Hampshire) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Manchester 250 $109,150
     
Metro Area (New Jersey) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Hammonton 200 $120,390
Atlantic City 200 $120,390
Trenton 190 $111,930
Bridgeton 70 $110,080
Vineland 70 $110,080
     
Metro Area (New Mexico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Albuquerque 360 $105,980
Santa Fe 100 $79,170
Las Cruces 100 $112,990
Farmington 30 $94,620
     
Metro Area (New York) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Rochester 1040 $91,820
Cheektowaga 680 $95,640
Buffalo 680 $95,640
Niagara Falls 680 $95,640
Schenectady 630 $103,100
Albany 630 $103,100
Troy 630 $103,100
Syracuse 540 $97,530
Utica 240 $96,620
Rome 240 $96,620
Binghamton 200 $90,840
Ithaca 70 $89,190
Glens Falls 60 $97,930
Kingston 60 $114,190
Elmira 50 $96,890
Fort Drum 40 $110,590
Watertown 40 $110,590
     
Metro Area (North Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Chapel Hill 850 $100,000
Durham 850 $100,000
Raleigh 440 $96,140
High Point 330 $96,070
Greensboro 330 $96,070
Salem 270 $99,500
Winston 270 $99,500
Asheville 260 $91,350
Lenoir 210 $97,650
Hickory 210 $97,650
Morganton 210 $97,650
Wilmington 190 $104,410
Greenville 170 $98,820
Fayetteville 120 $97,680
Rocky Mount 80 $94,140
New Bern 60 $94,960
Goldsboro 40 $97,610
Jacksonville 40 $111,580
     
Metro Area (North Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bismarck 110 $92,040
     
Metro Area (Ohio) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Elyria 1830 $97,860
Cleveland 1830 $97,860
Columbus 1180 $94,910
Akron 400 $92,800
Dayton 370 $97,220
Toledo 370 $99,070
Canton 190 $92,510
Massillon 190 $92,510
Lima 90 $104,800
Mansfield 70 $98,180
Springfield 60 $105,270
     
Metro Area (Oklahoma) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Oklahoma City 620 $87,580
Tulsa 320 $85,790
     
Metro Area (Oregon) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Eugene 130 $109,040
Salem 120 $105,570
Medford 120 $113,880
Bend 60 $100,240
Redmond 60 $100,240
Grants Pass 50 $95,710
Corvallis 50 $108,810
     
Metro Area (Pennsylvania) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Pittsburgh 1120 $87,810
Harrisburg 290 $100,710
Carlisle 290 $100,710
Scranton 200 $90,280
Wilkes 200 $90,280
Hazleton 200 $90,280
Barre 200 $90,280
Reading 170 $94,710
Lancaster 150 $93,100
Erie 110 $89,540
York 100 $93,660
Hanover 100 $93,660
State College 80 $-1,111
Chambersburg 60 $80,110
Waynesboro 60 $80,110
Altoona 50 $120,260
East Stroudsburg 30 $93,350
Williamsport -2222 $90,900
Johnstown -2222 $98,730
Bloomsburg -2222 $101,660
Berwick -2222 $101,660
     
Metro Area (South Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Mauldin 430 $90,390
Greenville 430 $90,390
Anderson 430 $90,390
Charleston 370 $94,320
North Charleston 370 $94,320
Columbia 360 $94,070
Spartanburg 120 $96,400
Florence 100 $97,210
Beaufort 70 $97,170
Hilton Head Island 70 $97,170
Bluffton 70 $97,170
     
Metro Area (South Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sioux Falls 250 $96,450
Rapid City 70 $97,630
     
Metro Area (Tennessee) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Murfreesboro 1450 $88,190
Franklin 1450 $88,190
Davidson 1450 $88,190
Nashville 1450 $88,190
Knoxville 780 $91,550
Johnson City 210 $85,060
Cleveland 100 $106,870
Jackson 80 $93,170
Morristown 60 $80,560
     
Metro Area (Texas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dallas 2760 $104,870
Fort Worth 2760 $104,870
Arlington 2760 $104,870
Houston 2050 $120,330
Sugar Land 2050 $120,330
The Woodlands 2050 $120,330
New Braunfels 770 $95,210
San Antonio 770 $95,210
Austin 710 $101,980
Round Rock 710 $101,980
McAllen 210 $128,920
Mission 210 $128,920
Edinburg 210 $128,920
Beaumont 130 $119,320
Port Arthur 130 $119,320
Lubbock 120 $96,860
Corpus Christi 120 $97,380
Brownsville 120 $113,400
Harlingen 120 $113,400
Longview 110 $94,200
Tyler 100 $108,310
Killeen 90 $107,290
Temple 90 $107,290
Laredo 80 $91,290
Amarillo 80 $94,110
Wichita Falls 70 $99,050
Midland 70 $113,490
Abilene 60 $91,130
Odessa 40 $102,310
San Angelo 40 $104,500
Bryan 30 $99,110
College Station 30 $99,110
El Paso -2222 $110,100
Waco -2222 $111,000
     
Metro Area (Utah) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salt Lake City 720 $101,240
Orem 270 $102,310
Provo 270 $102,310
Ogden 210 $96,030
Clearfield 210 $96,030
St. George 40 $105,220
     
Metro Area (Vermont) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Burlington 210 $99,110
Burlington 210 $99,110
     
Metro Area (Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Richmond 970 $88,660
Charlottesville 230 $96,780
Roanoke 170 $94,230
Lynchburg 150 $92,200
Radford 100 $83,810
Blacksburg 100 $83,810
Christiansburg 100 $83,810
Staunton 90 $95,210
Waynesboro 90 $95,210
Harrisonburg 50 $98,350
     
Metro Area (Washington) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bellevue 1590 $110,710
Tacoma 1590 $110,710
Seattle 1590 $110,710
Spokane Valley 180 $101,730
Spokane 180 $101,730
Yakima 90 $101,040
Kennewick 90 $105,890
Richland 90 $105,890
Tumwater 80 $100,320
Olympia 80 $100,320
Anacortes 60 $93,260
Mount Vernon 60 $93,260
Bellingham 60 $97,320
Bremerton 60 $111,800
Silverdale 60 $111,800
Wenatchee 50 $104,640
Longview 40 $109,250
     
Metro Area (West Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Charleston 170 $94,200
Beckley 150 $90,720
Parkersburg 90 $97,310
Vienna 90 $97,310
Morgantown 50 $85,750
     
Metro Area (Wisconsin) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Waukesha 880 $95,630
West Allis 880 $95,630
Milwaukee 880 $95,630
Madison 340 $96,000
Green Bay 140 $96,790
Appleton 90 $96,150
Eau Claire 90 $96,890
Fond du Lac 80 $97,460
Neenah 80 $99,390
Oshkosh 80 $99,390
Sheboygan 50 $91,280
Wausau 50 $98,240
Beloit 50 $99,260
Janesville 50 $99,260
     
Metro Area (Wyoming) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Cheyenne 50 $106,620
Casper 40 $101,870
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