Doctor of Nursing Practice Program (DNP) Online

For more information about the doctor of nursing (DNP) curriculum, learning objectives, faculty, and opportunities for students, please visit their website.

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General Information

The Doctor of Nursing (DNP) program is comprised of two tracks: Post BSN-DNP and Post-Master’s to DNP.  The Post BSN-DNP track prepares BSN nurses to be family nurse practitioners with an emphasis on incorporating comprehensive behavioral health into primary care. Graduates of the Post BSN-DNP program are eligible to apply for certification as a family nurse practitioner. The Post MSN- DNP has two concentrations: Nurse Practitioner and Executive Leadership.  Students can choose one of these two plans of study depending on their career goals: Post MSN-DNP for Nurse Practitioners with an emphasis in Integrated Behavioral Health or, Executive Leadership to prepare executive nurse leaders. (Students who enter the Post MSN-DNP program as a Nurse Practitioner must select the concentration area for which they are already certified.)