How many years does it take to become a nurse practitioner?

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asked Jan 9, 2020 in Higher Education (university +) by xrarguerite (400 points)
How many years does it take to become a nurse practitioner?

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answered Jan 11, 2020 by Shelde (45,430 points)
To become qualified as a nurse practitioner it takes 4 years schooling.

To become a nurse practitioner the 4 year degree must be in nursing at a minimum and then after earning your BSN, you'll need to complete a master's degree program that trains nurse practitioners.

Then after all that you can become a nurse practitioner.

Just be prepared to study for at least 4 years to become a nurse practitioner but it can be a great career and pretty good pay.

Nurse practitioners will always be in demand for as long as humans are around.
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answered May 30, 2020 by Christeen (62,780 points)
Becoming a nurse practitioner is hard work and requires at least 4 years of college study.

Once you do go through all the college to become a nurse practitioner it will be well worth it if that is what you want to do.

Nurse practitioners will always be in demand and it's a pretty good paying career as well.

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