Doctor of Nursing Practice - Clinical (DNP-C)

The DNP Clinician program is a practiced-focused program designed to prepare advanced practiced nurses at the highest level of nursing practice.

The DNP is a terminal degree. This consists of adding a 40 credit hour doctoral program for those individuals who are master's-prepared, nationally-certified, and licensed as an advanced practice registered nurse.

Curriculum

First Year

Course Semester
707 - Principles of Epidemiology & Health Promotion in Advanced Nursing Practice Fall
710 - Biostatistics Fall
726 - Analysis of Evidence-Based Practice Spring
759 - Information Systems & Technology for Transformation of Health Care Spring
750 - Cultural Competency for Advanced Practice Summer

Second Year

Course Semester
736 - Translation of Evidence into Practice Fall
740 - Impact of Ethics & Law on Healthcare Fall
765 - Health Care Policy and Financial Management Spring
815 - Organizational Management & Leadership in Health Care Systems Spring
826.1 - DNP-C Project I Summer

Third Year

Course Semester
826.2 - DNP-C Project II Fall
826.3 - DNP-C Project III Spring
836 - DNP-C Residency Spring