Post-Master's Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree Plan

The Post-Master’s Doctor of Nursing Practice degree is for master's prepared nurses interested in pursuing a doctorate degree to advance their career and leadership opportunities. Obtaining a DNP degree will prepare you to make a difference in the health of vulnerable and underserved populations, incorporate evidence-based practice, enhance your management and leadership skills, and/or teach tomorrow’s nurses as faculty.

You can complete the all-online program at a pace while maintaining your employment.

Your clinical hours are project hours at the site where the quality improvement project will be implemented. Use the connections you already have to complete your quality improvement project. We even allow you to complete your project at your place of employment.

The program includes a total of 29 hours of doctorate-level course work and 528 clinical rotation hours. It takes a minimum of five semesters to complete. Our program is writing intensive, with all courses having multiple papers.

Post-master’s Doctor of Nursing degree plans