Nursing-Family Nurse Practitioner

Nursing students working with medical dummy

Discover Nursing (FNP)

MSN nursing programs at Presentation deliver a systematic teaching process, interdisciplinary residencies in our state-of-the-art Avera Simulation Center, and engaging interactive online activities that transcend learning through lecture. PC's nursing faculty aid in coordinating preceptorships for MSN students. 

“Having smaller class sizes is beneficial for a Nursing school learning experience. That one-on-one with your professor will really help with your more difficult classes.”

- Audra Antonsen


MSN Resources


The Family Nurse Practitioner MSN program prepares nurses to assume the role of a primary care provider to families and individuals across the lifespan. The MSN-FNP online program (6 Semesters) is based on national evidence-based criteria.


Curriculum for this master’s degree in nursing is offered in a family-oriented approach that results in trained Family Nurse Practitioners who provide preventative healthcare and health maintenance.

To be eligible students must have a BSN license and be residents of:

  • South Dakota
  • North Dakota
  • Minnesota
  • Nebraska
  • Iowa


With a rural focus, students acquire the skills needed to work with diverse populations, to advocate for social justice, to promote patient health and integrate technology and research into managing both acute and chronic health problems.