Frontier Nursing University delivers exceptional nursing education to a range of students. The school tailors its community-based nurse-midwifery program to students who currently work as registered nurses, nurse practitioners, and nurse midwives. After completing the program, students graduate with a master of science in nursing with a nurse-midwifery concentration.
Frontier’s 64-credit program consists of four levels: foundations for practice (18 credits), clinical management for specialty care (25 credits), clinical bound (2 credits), and clinical practicum (4 didactic credits and 15 clinical). To finish the program, future nurses take a one-credit review course.
Students interested in obtaining a doctor of nursing practice (DNP) degree can add the 19-credit companion DNP program to their master of science in nursing curriculum.