Duke University Online APRN Programs

Overview: Duke University: School of Nursing

Department: School of Nursing
Programs Offered: AG-ACNP, AG-PCNP, FNP, PACNP, PPCNP, NNP, WHNP
Degree Types: MSN (BSN or Non-Nursing Bachelors accepted), Post-MSN Certificate New or Second Specialty (any MSN accepted)
Accreditation: CCNE
Instruction Methods: Classes may have a synchronous compontent where students are required to participate in a live discussion, chat or teleconference
Phone Number: (877) 415-3853
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Duke University Online MSN Programs

Duke University Online FNP Programs

Online Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) - Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) major

Program Overview
Program Specialty: Family Nurse Practitioner
Degree Type: MSN (BSN or Non-Nursing Bachelors accepted)
Program Structure: Online with on-campus intensives and on-campus skills labs with clinical hours requirements
Website: nursing.duke.edu

Program Requirements
Clinical Hours Requirements: 728 clinical hours required
Number of Credits Required: 49 credits needed to graduate
Number of Campus Visits Required: 6 (throughout entire program)

Program Options
Curriculum Options: Full-time and Part-time
Program Length: Full-time program takes 2 years to complete; Part-time program takes 3 years to complete
Program Start Date: Fall and Spring start dates
Number of Terms: Full-Time: 6 semesters; Part-Time: 9 semesters

Requirements and Tuition
Application Requirements: Bachelor's degree required; current RN license; at least one year of nursing experience recommended
GPA: Minimum GPA 3.0
Standardized Testing: GRE required for students with a GPA lower than 3.4 in their undergraduate nursing courses
Tuition: ~$80,311 + fees
Cost Per Credit Hour: $1,639 per credit hour

Eligibility Restrictions: Program does not currently accept students from Alabama, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Dakota, South Dakota, West Virginia, Wisconsin and is seeking authorization for Maryland, New York and Washington. Program does accept students from remaining 37 states plus the District of Columbia


Online Post-Graduate Certificate - Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) program

Program Overview
Program Specialty: Family Nurse Practitioner
Degree Type: Post-MSN Certificate New or Second Specialty (any MSN accepted)
Program Structure: Online with on-campus intensives and on-campus skills labs with clinical hours requirements
Website: nursing.duke.edu

Program Requirements
Clinical Hours Requirements: 728 clinical hours required
Number of Credits Required: 26 credits needed to graduate (students may have to complete more credits based on a gap analysis)
Number of Campus Visits Required: 3 to 6 (throughout entire program)

Program Options
Curriculum Options: Full-time and Part-time
Program Length: Full-time program can be completed in approximately 16 months; Part-time program can be completed in approximately 2 years
Program Start Date: Fall and Spring start dates
Number of Terms: Full-Time: 4 semesters; Part-Time: 6 semesters

Requirements and Tuition
Application Requirements: MSN degree required; current RN license; at least one year of nursing experience recommended
GPA: Minimum GPA 3.0
Standardized Testing: Not required
Tuition: ~$42,614 + fees (based on 26 credits, could be higher if students need to take more core MSN classes)
Cost Per Credit Hour: $1,639 per credit hour

Eligibility Restrictions: Program does not currently accept students from Alabama, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Dakota, South Dakota, West Virginia, Wisconsin and is seeking authorization for Maryland, New York and Washington. Program does accept students from remaining 37 states plus the District of Columbia



Duke University Online AG-ACNP Programs

Online Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) - Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner - Acute Care major

Program Overview
Program Specialty: Adult Gerontology - Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
Degree Type: MSN (BSN or Non-Nursing Bachelors accepted)
Program Structure: Online with on-campus intensives and on-campus skills labs with clinical hours requirements
Website: nursing.duke.edu

Program Requirements
Clinical Hours Requirements: 840 clinical hours required
Number of Credits Required: 48 credits needed to graduate
Number of Campus Visits Required: 6 (throughout entire program)

Program Options
Curriculum Options: Full-time and Part-time
Program Length: Full-time program takes 2 years to complete; Part-time program takes 3 years to complete
Program Start Date: Fall and Spring start dates
Number of Terms: Full-Time: 6 semesters; Part-Time: 9 semesters

Requirements and Tuition
Application Requirements: Bachelor's degree required; current RN license; at least one year of acute care nursing experience required; ACLS certification required
GPA: Minimum GPA 3.0
Standardized Testing: GRE required for students with a GPA lower than 3.4 in their undergraduate nursing courses
Tuition: ~$78,672 + fees
Cost Per Credit Hour: $1,639 per credit hour

Eligibility Restrictions: Program does not currently accept students from Alabama, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Dakota, South Dakota, West Virginia, Wisconsin and is seeking authorization for Maryland, New York and Washington. Program does accept students from remaining 37 states plus the District of Columbia


Online Post-Graduate Certificate - Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner - Acute Care program

Program Overview
Program Specialty: Adult Gerontology - Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
Degree Type: Post-MSN Certificate New or Second Specialty (any MSN accepted)
Program Structure: Online with on-campus intensives and on-campus skills labs with clinical hours requirements
Website: nursing.duke.edu

Program Requirements
Clinical Hours Requirements: 840 clinical hours required
Number of Credits Required: 25 credits needed to graduate (students may have to complete more credits based on a gap analysis)
Number of Campus Visits Required: 3 to 6 (throughout entire program)

Program Options
Curriculum Options: Full-time and Part-time
Program Length: Full-time program can be completed in approximately 16 months; Part-time program can be completed in approximately 20 months
Program Start Date: Fall admission only
Number of Terms: Full-Time: 4 semesters; Part-Time: 5 semesters

Requirements and Tuition
Application Requirements: MSN degree required; current RN license; at least one year of acute care nursing experience required; ACLS certification required
GPA: Minimum GPA 3.0
Standardized Testing: Not required
Tuition: ~$40,975 + fees (based on 25 credits, could be higher if students need to take more core MSN classes)
Cost Per Credit Hour: $1,639 per credit hour

Eligibility Restrictions: Program does not currently accept students from Alabama, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Dakota, South Dakota, West Virginia, Wisconsin and is seeking authorization for Maryland, New York and Washington. Program does accept students from remaining 37 states plus the District of Columbia



Duke University Online AG-PCNP Programs

Online Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) - Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner - Primary Care major

Program Overview
Program Specialty: Adult Gerontology - Primary Care Nurse Practitioner
Degree Type: MSN (BSN or Non-Nursing Bachelors accepted)
Program Structure: Online with on-campus intensives and on-campus skills labs with clinical hours requirements
Website: nursing.duke.edu

Program Requirements
Clinical Hours Requirements: 560 clinical hours required
Number of Credits Required: 42 credits needed to graduate
Number of Campus Visits Required: 6 (throughout entire program)

Program Options
Curriculum Options: Full-time and Part-time
Program Length: Full-time program takes 20 months to complete; Part-time program takes 28 months to complete
Program Start Date: Fall and Spring start dates
Number of Terms: Full-Time: 5 semesters; Part-Time: 7 semesters

Requirements and Tuition
Application Requirements: Bachelor's degree required; current RN license; at least one year of nursing experience recommended
GPA: Minimum GPA 3.0
Standardized Testing: GRE required for students with a GPA lower than 3.4 in their undergraduate nursing courses
Tuition: ~$68,838 + fees
Cost Per Credit Hour: $1,639 per credit hour

Eligibility Restrictions: Program does not currently accept students from Alabama, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Dakota, South Dakota, West Virginia, Wisconsin and is seeking authorization for Maryland, New York and Washington. Program does accept students from remaining 37 states plus the District of Columbia


Online Post-Graduate Certificate - Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner - Primary Care program

Program Overview
Program Specialty: Adult Gerontology - Primary Care Nurse Practitioner
Degree Type: Post-MSN Certificate New or Second Specialty (any MSN accepted)
Program Structure: Online with on-campus intensives and on-campus skills labs with clinical hours requirements
Website: nursing.duke.edu

Program Requirements
Clinical Hours Requirements: 560 clinical hours required
Number of Credits Required: 19 credits needed to graduate (students may have to complete more credits based on a gap analysis)
Number of Campus Visits Required: 3 to 6 (throughout entire program)

Program Options
Curriculum Options: Full-time and Part-time
Program Length: Full-time program can be completed in approximately 12 months; Part-time program can be completed in approximately 16 months
Program Start Date: Fall and Spring start dates
Number of Terms: Full-Time: 3 semesters; Part-Time: 4 semesters

Requirements and Tuition
Application Requirements: MSN degree required; current RN license; at least one year of nursing experience recommended
GPA: Minimum GPA 3.0
Standardized Testing: Not required
Tuition: ~$31,141 + fees (based on 19 credits, could be higher if students need to take more core MSN classes)
Cost Per Credit Hour: $1,639 per credit hour

Eligibility Restrictions: Program does not currently accept students from Alabama, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Dakota, South Dakota, West Virginia, Wisconsin and is seeking authorization for Maryland, New York and Washington. Program does accept students from remaining 37 states plus the District of Columbia



Duke University Online NNP Programs

Online Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) - Neonatal Nurse Practitioner major

Program Overview
Program Specialty: Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
Degree Type: MSN (BSN or Non-Nursing Bachelors accepted)
Program Structure: Online with on-campus intensives and on-campus skills labs with clinical hours requirements
Website: nursing.duke.edu

Program Requirements
Clinical Hours Requirements: 616 clinical hours required
Number of Credits Required: 43 credits needed to graduate
Number of Campus Visits Required: 6 (throughout entire program)

Program Options
Curriculum Options: Part-time only
Program Length: Program takes 24 to 28 months to complete
Program Start Date: Fall and Spring start dates
Number of Terms: Full-time: 6 semesters; Part-Time: 7 semesters

Requirements and Tuition
Application Requirements: Bachelor's degree required; current RN license; at least two years of clinical experience working with critically ill neonates or infants required before starting clinical courses; Neonatal Resuscitation Provider certificate required; Basic Life Support certificate required
GPA: Minimum GPA 3.0
Standardized Testing: GRE required for students with a GPA lower than 3.4 in their undergraduate nursing courses
Tuition: ~$70,477 + fees
Cost Per Credit Hour: $1,639 per credit hour

Eligibility Restrictions: Program does not currently accept students from Alabama, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Dakota, South Dakota, West Virginia, Wisconsin and is seeking authorization for Maryland, New York and Washington. Program does accept students from remaining 37 states plus the District of Columbia


Online Post-Graduate Certificate - Neonatal Nurse Practitioner program

Program Overview
Program Specialty: Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
Degree Type: Post-MSN Certificate New or Second Specialty (any MSN accepted)
Program Structure: Online with on-campus intensives and on-campus skills labs with clinical hours requirements
Website: nursing.duke.edu

Program Requirements
Clinical Hours Requirements: 616 clinical hours required
Number of Credits Required: 20 credits needed to graduate (students may have to complete more credits based on a gap analysis)
Number of Campus Visits Required: 3 to 6 (throughout entire program)

Program Options
Curriculum Options: Full-time only
Program Length: Program can be completed in 12 months
Program Start Date: Fall and Spring start dates
Number of Terms: 3 semesters

Requirements and Tuition
Application Requirements: MSN degree required; current RN license; at least two years of clinical experience working with critically ill neonates or infants required before starting clinical courses; Neonatal Resuscitation Provider certificate required; Basic Life Support certificate required
GPA: Minimum GPA 3.0
Standardized Testing: Not required
Tuition: ~$32,780 + fees (based on 20 credits, could be higher if students need to take more core MSN classes)
Cost Per Credit Hour: $1,639 per credit hour

Eligibility Restrictions: Program does not currently accept students from Alabama, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Dakota, South Dakota, West Virginia, Wisconsin and is seeking authorization for Maryland, New York and Washington. Program does accept students from remaining 37 states plus the District of Columbia



Duke University Online PACNP Programs

Online Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) - Pediatric Nurse Practitioner - Acute Care major

Program Overview
Program Specialty: Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
Degree Type: MSN (BSN or Non-Nursing Bachelors accepted)
Program Structure: Online with on-campus intensives and on-campus skills labs with clinical hours requirements
Website: nursing.duke.edu

Program Requirements
Clinical Hours Requirements: 616 clinical hours required
Number of Credits Required: 43 credits needed to graduate
Number of Campus Visits Required: 6 (throughout entire program)

Program Options
Curriculum Options: Part-time only
Program Length: Program takes 28 months to complete
Program Start Date: Fall admission only
Number of Terms: 7 semesters

Requirements and Tuition
Application Requirements: Bachelor's degree required; current RN license; at least one year of acute care pediatric nursing required, Pediatric ALS certificate required
GPA: Minimum GPA 3.0
Standardized Testing: GRE required for students with a GPA lower than 3.4 in their undergraduate nursing courses
Tuition: ~$70,477 + fees
Cost Per Credit Hour: $1,639 per credit hour

Eligibility Restrictions: Program does not currently accept students from Alabama, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Dakota, South Dakota, West Virginia, Wisconsin and is seeking authorization for Maryland, New York and Washington. Program does accept students from remaining 37 states plus the District of Columbia


Online Post-Graduate Certificate - Pediatric Nurse Practitioner - Acute Care program

Program Overview
Program Specialty: Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
Degree Type: Post-MSN Certificate New or Second Specialty (any MSN accepted)
Program Structure: Online with on-campus intensives and on-campus skills labs with clinical hours requirements
Website: nursing.duke.edu

Program Requirements
Clinical Hours Requirements: 616 clinical hours required
Number of Credits Required: 20 credits needed to graduate (students may have to complete more credits based on a gap analysis)
Number of Campus Visits Required: 3 to 6 (throughout entire program)

Program Options
Curriculum Options: Full-time only
Program Length: Program can be completed in 12 months
Program Start Date: Fall and Spring start dates
Number of Terms: 3 semesters

Requirements and Tuition
Application Requirements: MSN degree required; current RN license; at least one year of acute care pediatric nursing required, Pediatric ALS certificate required
GPA: Minimum GPA 3.0
Standardized Testing: Not required
Tuition: ~$32,780 + fees (based on 20 credits, could be higher if students need to take more core MSN classes)
Cost Per Credit Hour: $1,639 per credit hour

Eligibility Restrictions: Program does not currently accept students from Alabama, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Dakota, South Dakota, West Virginia, Wisconsin and is seeking authorization for Maryland, New York and Washington. Program does accept students from remaining 37 states plus the District of Columbia



Duke University Online PPCNP Programs

Online Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) - Pediatric Nurse Practitioner - Primary Care major

Program Overview
Program Specialty: Pediatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner
Degree Type: MSN (BSN or Non-Nursing Bachelors accepted)
Program Structure: Online with on-campus intensives and on-campus skills labs with clinical hours requirements
Website: nursing.duke.edu

Program Requirements
Clinical Hours Requirements: 616 clinical hours required
Number of Credits Required: 43 credits needed to graduate
Number of Campus Visits Required: 6 (throughout entire program)

Program Options
Curriculum Options: Part-time only
Program Length: Program takes 28 months to complete
Program Start Date: Fall and Spring start dates
Number of Terms: 7 semesters

Requirements and Tuition
Application Requirements: Bachelor's degree required; current RN license; at least one year of pediatric nursing recommended, Basic Life Support certificate required, PALS certificate recommended
GPA: Minimum GPA 3.0
Standardized Testing: GRE required for students with a GPA lower than 3.4 in their undergraduate nursing courses
Tuition: ~$70,477 + fees
Cost Per Credit Hour: $1,639 per credit hour

Eligibility Restrictions: Program does not currently accept students from Alabama, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Dakota, South Dakota, West Virginia, Wisconsin and is seeking authorization for Maryland, New York and Washington. Program does accept students from remaining 37 states plus the District of Columbia


Online Post-Graduate Certificate - Pediatric Nurse Practitioner - Primary Care program

Program Overview
Program Specialty: Pediatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner
Degree Type: Post-MSN Certificate New or Second Specialty (any MSN accepted)
Program Structure: Online with on-campus intensives and on-campus skills labs with clinical hours requirements
Website: nursing.duke.edu

Program Requirements
Clinical Hours Requirements: 616 clinical hours required
Number of Credits Required: 20 credits needed to graduate (students may have to complete more credits based on a gap analysis)
Number of Campus Visits Required: 3 to 6 (throughout entire program)

Program Options
Curriculum Options: Full-time only
Program Length: Program can be completed in 12 months
Program Start Date: Fall and Spring start dates
Number of Terms: 3 semesters

Requirements and Tuition
Application Requirements: MSN degree required; current RN license; at least one year of pediatric nursing recommended, Basic Life Support certificate required, PALS certificate recommended
GPA: Minimum GPA 3.0
Standardized Testing: Not required
Tuition: ~$32,780 + fees (based on 20 credits, could be higher if students need to take more core MSN classes)
Cost Per Credit Hour: $1,639 per credit hour

Eligibility Restrictions: Program does not currently accept students from Alabama, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Dakota, South Dakota, West Virginia, Wisconsin and is seeking authorization for Maryland, New York and Washington. Program does accept students from remaining 37 states plus the District of Columbia



Duke University Online WHNP Programs

Online Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) - Women's Health Nurse Practitioner major

Program Overview
Program Specialty: Women's Health Nurse Practitioner
Degree Type: MSN (BSN or Non-Nursing Bachelors accepted)
Program Structure: Online with on-campus intensives and on-campus skills labs with clinical hours requirements
Website: nursing.duke.edu

Program Requirements
Clinical Hours Requirements: 672 clinical hours required
Number of Credits Required: 45 credits needed to graduate
Number of Campus Visits Required: 7 (throughout entire program)

Program Options
Curriculum Options: Full-time and Part-time
Program Length: Full-time program takes 2 years to complete; Part-time program takes 32 months to complete
Program Start Date: Fall and Spring start dates
Number of Terms: Full-Time: 6 semesters; Part-Time: 8 semesters

Requirements and Tuition
Application Requirements: Bachelor's degree required; current RN license; at least one year of nursing experience recommended
GPA: Minimum GPA 3.0
Standardized Testing: GRE required for students with a GPA lower than 3.4 in their undergraduate nursing courses
Tuition: ~$73,755 + fees
Cost Per Credit Hour: $1,639 per credit hour

Eligibility Restrictions: Program does not currently accept students from Alabama, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Dakota, South Dakota, West Virginia, Wisconsin and is seeking authorization for Maryland, New York and Washington. Program does accept students from remaining 37 states plus the District of Columbia


Online Post-Graduate Certificate - Women's Health Nurse Practitioner program

Program Overview
Program Specialty: Women's Health Nurse Practitioner
Degree Type: Post-MSN Certificate New or Second Specialty (any MSN accepted)
Program Structure: Online with on-campus intensives and on-campus skills labs with clinical hours requirements
Website: nursing.duke.edu

Program Requirements
Clinical Hours Requirements: 672 clinical hours required
Number of Credits Required: 22 credits needed to graduate (students may have to complete more credits based on a gap analysis)
Number of Campus Visits Required: 4 to 7 (throughout entire program)

Program Options
Curriculum Options: Full-time and Part-time
Program Length: Program can be completed in 16 months
Program Start Date: Fall and Spring start dates
Number of Terms: 4 semesters

Requirements and Tuition
Application Requirements: MSN degree required; current RN license; at least one year of nursing experience recommended
GPA: Minimum GPA 3.0
Standardized Testing: Not required
Tuition: ~$36,058 + fees (based on 22 credits, could be higher if students need to take more core MSN classes)
Cost Per Credit Hour: $1,639 per credit hour

Eligibility Restrictions: Program does not currently accept students from Alabama, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Dakota, South Dakota, West Virginia, Wisconsin and is seeking authorization for Maryland, New York and Washington. Program does accept students from remaining 37 states plus the District of Columbia