DNP courses and plans of study:
Our DNP program is a 35-credit postmaster's program. It consists of eleven courses, three of which are the Capstone Project that students complete after finishing their didactic course work. Elective courses are also possible, based on a student's career goals and consultation with his/her faculty advisor.
DNP Program Curriculum - Required Coursework for 2014-2015 Academic Year
Full- and part-time plans of study are possible.
|NRSG 731||Transformational Leadership||Summer||3|
|BIOS 806||Biostatistics I||Fall/Spring||3|
|NRSG 701||Implementing Evidence-Based Practice||Fall||3|
|EPI 820||Epidemiology||Fall, Spring||3|
|NRSG 709||Health Care Policy||Spring||3|
|NRSG 702||Methods for Assessing Clinical Practice Outcomes||Fall||3|
|NRSG 755||Health Care Economics and Financial Management||Fall||3|
|NRSG 703||Changing Complex Systems to Improve Health Care Delivery
|NRSG 704||Clinical Inquiry||Ongoing, after completion of prerequisites||Minimum
|NRSG 705||Clinical Inquiry: Development of the Capstone Proposal Problem Statement||Spring (beginning 2014)||1|
|NRSG 706||Clinical Inquiry: Development of the Capstone Proposal Literature Review||Fall||1|
|NRSG 707||Clinical Inquiry: Development of the Capstone Proposal Conceptual Framework and Methods||Fall||1|
Please note: The DNP curriculum will continuously evolve to offer superior preparation for advanced clinical practice. Course numbers, titles and other details are subject to change.
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