A Nurse Practitioner (NP) program prepares students for work as nurse practitioners in a variety of settings. Some graduates begin practicing medicine as a primary care provider, while others work in research, pharmaceuticals, or elect to practice nursing in a specific sector.
Nurses are caring individuals, which is why many are naturally drawn to the profession. Although the work is rewarding, nurses often face stressful workdays, long hours and unpredictable schedules.
Mississippi nurse practitioners have substantial earning potential. Many take home six figures.