Find a Nurse Practitioner Job in Mississippi
Licensed Mississippi nurse practitioners can find employment using the online job boards of nursing organizations. The AANP, MANP and American Nurses Association all offer this resource.
You can join the MANP as a nurse practitioner student. In addition to employment resources, the MANP gives members access to opportunities for networking, continuing education and professional advocacy.
You can also learn about how to start a nurse practitioner private practice.
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How to Become a Nurse Practitioner in Mississippi Online
The process for how to become a nurse practitioner in Mississippi is rigorous. But it will also prepare you for a rewarding career. Texas Woman's University can help you take the first step.
We offer a highly ranked online Master of Science in Nursing – Family Nurse Practitioner. The program is authorized to enroll students in Mississippi and more than 20 other states. (If you want to become a nurse practitioner but already have your MSN, consider our online post-master's FNP certificate.)
The online MSN – FNP is uniquely designed to help BSN-prepared nurses develop as holistic primary care providers. As a student, you will:
- Go beyond treating illness to understanding the range of factors that can impact health and wellbeing.
- Deepen your knowledge of advanced topics to develop essential competencies.
- Discover a range of resources for assessment, analysis and diagnosis.
- Understand advanced practice nursing from multiple perspectives.
- Build the professional, interpersonal and leadership skills needed for success.
The program is accredited by CCNE and recognized as one of the best nationwide. U.S. News & World Report ranked it as the best online FNP master's program in Texas and the ninth-best in the nation.
Learn more about the online MSN – FNP at Texas Woman's University.