GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Nurse Practitioner Training Duration Statistics

The average duration for completing nurse practitioner training programs ranges from 2 to 4 years depending on the specific program and prior education level of the student.

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"The Average duration of a Nurse Practitioner program is 2-4 years."

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"A full-time student generally completes a Nurse Practitioner program in about 2 years."

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"Accelerated Nurse Practitioner training programs can be completed in 15 to 24 months."

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"There are over 400 Nurse Practitioner Programs in the US."

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"The length of a post-master's NP certificate program is usually 1 to 2 years."

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"On average, NP students spend 15-20 hours per week studying outside of classroom time."

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"Nurse Practitioner programs require approximately 30-54 semester hours to complete."

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"There are 248 Nurse Practitioner programs available online."

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"Nurse Practitioner training program final exams pass rate is 75.9%."

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"There are over 290,000 licensed Nurse Practitioners in the U.S., suggesting high completion rates for NP programs."

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"NP programs require a minimum of 42 course credit hours for graduation."

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"Some Nurse Practitioner programs offer 1-year residency programs for additional training."

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"According to the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, over 22,000 students graduated from NP programs in 2019."

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"Online Nurse Practitioner programs can be completed in 2.5 to 4 years, depending on full-time or part-time status."

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"Around 86.6% of all NP students are enrolled in full-time programs."

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"It takes an average of 6 years to move from RN to NP."

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"About 70% of Master’s Nursing Programs have Nurse Practitioner tracks."

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