CurriculumDoctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)
The DNP program’s innovative curriculum builds the foundation of graduate-level nursing knowledge, and expands the abilities and skills focused on in master’s-level work.
Students may opt to reduce the course load to one course per semester. The DNP Program Administrator will meet with students interested in this option to develop an individualized curriculum sequence plan.
|NUR 900||Clinical DNP Practice Foundations||3|
|NUR 905||Organizational and System Leadership for Quality Improvement||3|
|NUR 910||Methods for Evidence-Based Practice||3|
||Health Care Policy and
Advocacy from Local to Global Issues
|NUR 920||Concepts in Population Health||3|
||Informatics and Data Analysis||3|
|NUR 930||Research Translation I||3|
|NUR 931||Research Translation II||3|
|NUR 933||Research Translation III||3|
|Total Credits to complete degree requirements