The School of Nursing offers a Post-Master's Doctor of Nursing Practice degree for individuals with a master’s degree from an accredited program interested in pursuing a doctorate degree.
After you are admitted into the program, you will:
- Complete doctorate-level courses
- Take 29 hours of course work and 528 clinical rotation hours
The Post-Master's DNP program can be completed as a full-time student (four semesters) or as a part-time student (seven semesters). However, a minimum of four semesters are required to complete the program.
- Graduate Statistics
- Healthcare Informatics
The following is a sample degree plan. Students are not required to follow this plan, although all necessary courses must be completed before graduating. Students should find out the course rotation before scheduling classes.