DNP-Post Master's Entry

College

  • Center City Campus
  • Dixon Campus
  • College of Nursing

Degree Earned

  • Doctorate

Program Length

2-5 Years

Program Type

  • Online

Prerequisites

3.2 GPA | More Info

Program Overview

The Doctor of Nursing (DNP) - Post Master's Entry program is a 36-credit, 2-5 year traditional track for graduates of the MSN program. The College of Nursing offers 2-year, 3-year and 4-year plans of study to help students select the right option for them.

Curriculum

Fall Semester Credits
NU 709 Current Issues in Health and Social Policy:  Planning, Participating and Policy Making 3
NU 702 Practice Inquiry: Designs, Methods and Analyses 3
Spring Semester Credits
NU 704 Philosophy, Foundations and Methods for Evidence Based Practice 3
NU 705 Advanced Topics in Health Informatics 3
Summer Semester Credits
NU 707 Leadership and Interprofessional Collaboration 3
NU 701 Scientific Underpinnings for Nursing Practice 3
Fall Semester Credits
NU 706 Quality Measurement and Outcomes Analysis in Health Care
3
NU 710 Practicum I 3
Spring Semester Credits
NU 703 Theoretical Foundations for Organizational Change in Health Care System 3
NU 711 Practicum II 3
Summer Semester Credits
NU 708 Clinical Prevention/Population Health for improving the National Health 3
NU 712 Practicum III 3
Program Total 36

Fall Semester Credits
NU 709 Current Issues in Health and Social Policy:  Planning, Participating and Policy Making 3
Spring Semester Credits
NU 705 Advanced Topics in Health Informatics 3
Summer Semester Credits
NU 701 Scientific Underpinnings for Nursing Practice 3
Fall Semester Credits
NU 702 Practice Inquiry: Designs, Methods and Analyses 3
NU 706 Quality Measurement and Outcomes  Analysis in Health Care 3
Spring Semester Credits
NU 703 Philosophy, Foundations and Methods for Evidence Based Practice
3
NU 704 Theoretical Foundations for Organizational Change in Health Care System
3
Summer Semester Credits
NU 707 Leadership and Interprofessional Collaboration 3
NU 708 Clinical Prevention/Population Health for improving the National Health 3
Fall Semester Credits
NU 710 Practicum I 3
Spring Semester Credits
NU 711 Practicum II 3
Summer Semester Credits
NU 712 Practicum III 3
Program Total 36

Fall Semester Credits
NU 709 Current Issues in Health and Social Policy:  Planning, Participating and Policy Making 3
Spring Semester Credits
NU 705 Advanced Topics in Health Informatics 3
Summer Semester Credits
NU 701 Scientific Underpinnings for Nursing Practice 3
Fall Semester Credits
NU 702 Practice Inquiry: Designs, Methods and Analyses 3
Spring Semester Credits
NU 704 Philosophy, Foundations and Methods for Evidence Based Practice 3
Summer Semester Credits
NU 707 Leadership and Interprofessional Collaboration 3
Fall Semester Credits
NU 706 Quality Measurement and Outcomes Analysis in Health Care 3
Spring Semester Credits
NU 703 Theoretical Foundations for Organizational Change in Health Care System 3
Summer Semester Credits
NU 708 Clinical Prevention/Population Health for Improving the National Health 3
Fall Semester Credits
NU 710 Practicum I 3
Spring Semester Credits
NU 711 Practicum II 3
Summer Semester Credits
NU 712 Practicum III 3
Program Total 36