Curriculum - Post-Masters - Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)

Below you will find curriculum information.

Full-time Program of Study

Fall Year 1

  • NUR 700 Clinical Data Management and Analysis
  • NUR 701 Writing for Publication
  • NUR 737 Interdisciplinary Leadership and Role Development for Practice Excellence

Spring Year 1

  • NUR 731 Philosophical, Theoretical, and Conceptual Foundations for Advanced Nursing Practice
  • NUR 729 Evidence-Based Practice Design and Translation
  • NUR 740 Health Policy and Politics: Implications in Health Care

Summer Year 1

  • NUR 735 Population Health in Advanced Practice Nursing
  • NUR 739 Scholarly Project – Optional (1 clinical)
  • NUR 743 Evidence-Based Practice Strategies

Fall Year 2

  • NUR 733 Informatics for Advanced Practice Nursing
  • NUR 742 Program Evaluation Methods
  • NUR 738 Scholarly Seminar (1 didactic: 2 clinical)
  • NUR 739 Scholarly Project – Optional (1 clinical)

Spring Year 2

  • NUR 739 Scholarly Project (5 clinical)

Total Credit Hours = 40

Part-time Program of Study

Fall Year 1

  • NUR 700 Clinical Data Management and Analysis
  • NUR 701 Writing for Publication

Spring Year 1

  • NUR 731 Philosophical, Theoretical, and Conceptual Foundations for Advanced Nursing Practice
  • NUR 729 Evidence-Based Practice Design and Translation

Summer Year 1

  • NUR 735 Population Health in Advanced Practice Nursing
  • NUR 743 Evidence-Based Practice Strategies

Fall Year 2

  • NUR 733 Informatics for Advanced Practice Nursing
  • NUR 737 Interdisciplinary Leadership and Role Development for Practice Excellence

Spring Year 2

  • NUR 739 Scholarly Project – Optional (1 clinical)
  • NUR 740 Health Policy and Politics: Implications in Health Care
  • NUR 742 Program Evaluation Methods

Summer Year 2

  • NUR 738 Scholarly Seminar (1 didactic: 2 clinical)
  • NUR 739 Scholarly Project – Optional (1 clinical)

Fall Year 3

  • NUR 739 Scholarly Project (3 clinical)

Spring Year 3

  • NUR 739 Scholarly Project (2 clinical)

Total Credit Hours = 40

View more information about this program through the University’s catalog.

Please note that courses are subject to change.