The Post-Master’s Doctor of Nursing Practice program is for master’s prepared nurses who want to further their skills in using evidence to change practice. In addition to the DNP core classes students select classes in a leadership or population health specialty as well as electives supporting their career goals. 480 hours of field experience related to the student’s interest enhance learning.
Post-Master’s Doctor of Nursing Practice Care of Populations Program
|NUR 514||Epidemiology and Population Health||2|
|NUR 516||Health Policy and Organizational Systems||2|
|NUR 600||Evaluation and Synthesis of Scientific Evidence for Practice||2|
|NUR 602||Principles of Ethical Theory in Nursing||1|
|NUR 610||Clinical Scholarship and Inquiry in Nursing||2|
|NUR 610PBL||DNP Project I||2|
|NUR 612||Leadership and Collaboration for Change in Health Care||2|
|NUR 612PBL||DNP Project II||2|
|NUR 614PBL||DNP Project Continuation Course||1|
|Care of Populations courses:|
|NUR 620||Principles of Population-Based Health Care||2|
|NUR 622||Population Health: Factors Affecting Specific Populations||3|
|NUR 623||Global Population Health||3|
Sample curriculum, 30 credits required.
Students take electives to complete 30 credits required for the degree.
The semester-by-semester Learning Pathway for this program is available in the School of Nursing.
The curriculum for this program is subject to modification as deemed necessary by the nursing faculty to provide students with the most meaningful educational experience and to remain current with professional standards and guidelines.