The DNP Leadership option (DNP-L) is designed as a post-master’s doctorate degree and consists of 40 credit hours.
The DNP-L prepares leaders to expand their knowledge and abilities to influence and positively impact nursing interventions, health care organizations, outcomes, health practices and policy.
The curriculum, through each of the courses and learning outcomes, has an emphasis on safe practice with the expectation that the student uses research, evidence-based practice, analysis, and critical thinking for decison making.
The successful achievement of the learning activities, projects, discussions, presentations, DNP Project, and residency prepares the student to achieve the program outcomes for decision making and safe, competent practice as a leader in a variety of diverse and contemporary health care environments.
|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|
|815 - Organizational Management & Leadership in Health Care Systems||Summer|
|735 - Interprofessional Collaboration & Advanced Program Planning||Fall|
|740 - Impact of Ethics & Law on the Role of the DNP||Fall|
|765 - Health Care Policy and Financial Management||Spring|
|745 - Managing Human Capital||Spring|
|828.1 - DNP-L Project I||Summer|
|828.2 - DNP-L Project II||Fall|
|828.3 - DNP-L Project III||Spring|
|838 - DNP-L Residency||Spring|