Our new Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree gives working nurses an interdisciplinary and global training with a focus on disaster preparedness and population health. It will prepare you to be a leader in global health concerns on a state and federal level. Our classes are offered one evening per week, and full-time students can complete the degree after seven semesters.
The faculty in our department take great care to work with students individually, providing a caring environment that results in a very high completion and satisfaction rate. This program draws not just from nursing, but also from microbiology, philosophy, business, and community leaders.
Students enrolling in Fall 2014 must be board-certified as FNPs and hold a master's degree in nursing.
For more information:
- DNP course descriptions
- DNP Program of Study 1.21.14
- Application deadline for August admission: Thursday, July 31