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The Post Masters Doctor of Nursing Practice requires completion of 40 to 60 quarter credits and 500 clinical hours. The program of study includes up to 10 credits per quarter over 6 quarters. Variations from this plan will be considered on an individual basis. Up to 16 credits taken at the MSN level within the past 6 years may be applied to satisfy program requirements based on review of transcripts and course syllabi.
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Post-MSN DNP - A Typical Program of Study*
(2)NURS 502 - Vulnerability, Culture, and Nursing(4)NURS 510 - Ethical Considerations and Health Policy in Nursing Practice (4)NURS 520 - Epidemiologic Analysis of Populations at Risk
(3)NURS 511 - Nursing Informatics(3)NURS 517- Health Care System Economic and Financial Analysis (2)NURS 672 - Doctorate in Nursing Practice Capstone Seminar II (2)NURS 682 - Advanced Doctorate in Nursing Practice Internship II (100 clinical hours)
(3)NURS 514 - Critical Inquiry I(3)NURS 613- Philosophy of Science in Nursing(4)NURS 620 - Population-Based Health Care
(3)NURS 518 - Health Care Systems Design, Implementation and Evaluation(3)500-600 Level - Elective(2)NURS 673 - Doctorate in Nursing Practice Seminar III(2)NURS 683 - Advanced Doctorate in Nursing Practice Internship III (100 clinical hours)
(3)NURS 516 - Health Care System Leadership and Management (3)NURS 614 - Critical Inquiry II(2)NURS 671 - Doctorate in Nursing Practice Capstone Seminar I(2)NURS 681 - Advanced Doctorate in Nursing Practice Internship I
(2)NURS 674 - Doctorate in Nursing Practice Capstone Seminar IV(4)NURS 684 - Advanced Doctorate in Nursing Practice Internship IV (200 clinical hours)DNP Capstone Presentation
Total Program Credits: 56
*A typical program of study is subject to change based on faculty and other resource availability. Rev. 11-16-2011
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