Student Learning Outcomes
Graduates of the DNP program will be prepared to:
1. serve as leaders in nursing and health care.
2. demonstrate advanced knowledge, values, and skills in a selected area of nursing.
3. demonstrate advanced knowledge, values, and skills in a selected functional role.
4. synthesize theory, research knowledge and methods to create, implement, and evaluate
a. practice interventions,
b. health delivery systems,
c. clinical teaching.
NURSE 5550 Theoretical Foundations in Nursing (3)
NURSE 5555 Nursing Research: Evidence-Based Practice (3)
NURSE 5612 Statistics I or Graduate Level Statistics Course (3)
NURSE 5602 Healthcare Systems & Leadership (3) and four days on-site
NURSE 5608 Theory I (3)
NURSE 5664 Concepts & Approaches of Epidemiology
NURSE 5606 Policy & Advocacy (3)
NURSE 5611 Healthcare Economics & Quality (3)
NURSE 5613 Application of Evidence-based Practice (3)
NURSE 5617 Application of Evidence-Based Practice II - DNP Clinical and a 2-4 day site visit
NURSE 5620 Advanced Practice V (5) - DNP Clinical
NURSE 5624 Clinical Capstone (5)