Upon completion of the curriculum, it is expected that graduates of the program will:
- Integrate nursing science and knowledge from ethics, biophysics and psychosocial studies to develop new approaches for advanced nursing practice and healthcare delivery.
- Analyze the cost-effectiveness of practice initiatives, taking into account risks and improvements in health outcomes.
- Demonstrate clinical, organizational, and systems-level leadership through the implementation of best practices to meet the current and future needs of patients, populations, and communities.
- Employ knowledge drawn from epidemiological, statistical, and technological data to improve practice with individuals, aggregates, or populations.
- Demonstrate leadership in health policy advocacy to lead interprofessional teams in the analysis of complex practice and organizational issues.
The two-year DNP program is a total of 48 credit hours to complete the degree. Below is the course sequence for the entire degree or download it here.
Year One Courses
Year Two Courses
For more detailed information, please review the Graduate Catalog.Catalog Information
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