Application Deadline:
February 15, 2018

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Doctor of Nursing Practice

Master’s Degree to DNP

Program Highlights

  • Six semesters
  • Can be completed in 2 years, taking 2 courses at a time.
  • Courses offered online 
  • Required on campus meetings: summer orientation day, project proposal presentation day, and final scholarly project report presentation day
  • Culminates with a practice-based project in the student’s area of interest.
  • Part-time 3-year option available

Innovate and transform

The Doctor of Nursing Practice (Master’s Degree to DNP) is a practice-focused doctorate designed for expert advanced practice nurses and for nurse executives. The program develops advanced practice nurses and nurse executives committed to scholarly evidence-based practice, innovation, testing of care delivery models, and evaluation of health outcomes for the good of all members of society.

The curriculum culminates in a capstone experience that focuses on a clinical project related to the student's area of interest and expertise.

  • Admission Criteria:

  • Application Process

  • Curriculum Requirements

  • Sample Curriculum

  • DNP FAQs

  • DNP Project Examples

  • Application Deadline