The CCNE Accredited Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner Master of Nursing program at Boise State prepares you to serve adult patients (from age 12 to end-of-life) as a nurse practitioner with a specialization in either acute care or primary care.
Online Course Delivery
Courses are taught online to maximize flexibility combined with three on-campus summer intensives (5-7 days) and four clinical rotations. View AGNP curriculum.
Our full-time clinical placement coordinator works with you to identify preceptors in your own community.
The 2019-2020 tuition rate is $890 per credit hour for all students. There are no out-of-state fees. View more cost information.
Boise State’s AGNP program is available to registered nurses practicing in Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. Relocation: Students are encouraged to contact their program advisor if relocating to another state, to inquire about whether restrictions set by State Boards of Nursing have changed. Authorization or licensure rules vary state by state, and could impact a student’s ability to complete their program of study. View the Boise State eCampus Center information on State Authorization.
If considering a move out of country, contact your program advisor. The sanctions and restrictions for foreign countries are dynamic, and enrollments may require review by Boise State’s Institutional Compliance Office. View all application requirements.