Nursing@Simmons is offering a $15,000 scholarship to each qualified applicant admitted to the May 2020 cohort.

The Online FNP Program From Simmons University


Nursing@Simmons brings Simmons School of Nursing renowned Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) programs to RNs across the country, through a state-of-the-art online learning platform.

As a student, you will:

  • Participate in open collaboration in intimate, live class sessions.
  • Learn from expert faculty members who have a wealth of real-world experience.
  • Gain experience during clinical placements that bring your studies into practice.
  • Receive individualized support beginning when you express interest in the program.

Our two online program tracks are designed to fit the needs of nurses who are at various stages of their careers. Choose from one of the following Family Nurse Practitioner program tracks:

Master of Science in Nursing (MSN): A graduate program for RNs who have already earned a bachelor's degree.

RN to MSN: An accelerated MSN program for RNs who have not earned a bachelor's degree, but hold either an associate degree, or a diploma or certificate from a hospital-based program.


The Nursing@Simmons online Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program is designed for licensed RNs who currently hold a bachelor's degree and aspire to become Family Nurse Practitioners (FNPs).

The online MSN program will help you:

  • Gain the skills and credentials needed to practice with more autonomy.
  • Provide holistic care to patients across the life span.
  • Manage the health of individuals and families in a primary care setting.
  • Position yourself as a leader in a sought-after career.

Become an FNP with Nursing@Simmons. Request more information today.


The Nursing@Simmons RN to MSN β€” Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) program is designed for licensed RNs who are looking to become FNPs, but have not earned a bachelor's degree.

Blending cutting-edge technology with the rigorous curriculum of Simmons School of Nursing, Nursing@Simmons will help you:

  • Develop your skills to provide primary care to patients across the life span.
  • Secure your future in one of today's most sought-after careers.
  • Gain more autonomy while managing the health care of individuals and families.
  • Work in a variety of settings, including urgent care facilities, private practice, and community clinics.

If you are interested in becoming a Family Nurse Practitioner by earning your MSN through Nursing@Simmons, request more information today.