Mission and Vision
- The Doctor of Nursing Practice program will develop graduates who can assist in meeting the healthcare and educational needs of populations who find themselves in a growing and complex healthcare system and need guidance.
- The program will develop providers who are grounded in scientific knowledge and who understand the increasing sophistication involved in a technology-driven healthcare arena.
- The program will produce professionals whose practice is based on the translation of evidence into practice, all to promote improved patient outcomes.
The Doctor of Nursing Practice degree program at UMHB offers these notable distinctions:
- Hybrid format concentrates classroom time to one weekend per month, so you can continue to work full time while pursuing your degree
- Courses are taught by DNP-prepared faculty with many years of teaching experience, who can draw upon their backgrounds both as practitioners as well as scholars
- Students have the opportunity to focus on Advanced Practice Leadership or Executive Administration Program includes interprofessional practice with Texas A&M Medical School and other health professional schools
- Curriculum emphasizes faith-informed decision making to provide the best in physical, mental, and spiritual care for all patients
Page last updated September 27, 2018