Dual DNP-PhD in Nursing Preparing Clinician-Scientists: The dual DNP-PhD program prepares students for a dual role in research and advanced clinical practice in primary care. Students gain an essential skillset for conducting research and will be fully prepared to take the national board certification examination in their primary care specialty track upon graduation.
Finding a dual DNP (Doctor of Nursing Practice) and PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) nursing program online will prove difficult. The program itself is a rare offering due to the clinical nature of the.
Offering a wide range of education programs, University of Utah College of Nursing has a range of options that include a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Master of Science in Nursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice, and PhD. Eligible MS and DNP students can study through distance learning.A select few dual degree programs exist for those nurses brave enough to complete a DNP and MBA. With both degrees, a graduate can work in either role, giving them an unprecedented amount of versatility in their future careers.The Dual DNP program can be completed in as little as five semesters. New cohorts begin each fall semester. Students will be required to attend immersion sessions of less than one week at the beginning of each semester alternating between UNC-C and WCU.
Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) The DNP program prepares students to influence health care outcomes for individuals and patient populations by using evidence-based practice, evaluating and implementing health policy, developing new and innovative clinical systems, and becoming leaders in nursing.Read More
BSN Dual Degrees Nursing and Healthcare Management Coordinated Dual Degree Through a special collaboration between Nursing and The Wharton School, we offer a coordinated dual degree program that covers the rapidly changing reality of financing healthcare in the United States.Read More
Post-Master’s Doctor of Nursing Practice Our Post-Master’s Doctor of Nursing Practice degree is a comprehensive online program that allows Master’s-prepared nurses from all program specialties to enhance their clinical and leadership experience. Students can complete their DNP project at their own site of employment, and, in doing so, have an impact on their own institution.Read More
A Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) is a post-master’s degree designed to prepare registered nurses for the highest level of professional nursing practice. With a DNP, you will be prepared to work in leadership roles in a variety of healthcare delivery settings, paving the way for healthcare services that result in quality improvement and increased patient safety.Read More
Vanderbilt’s Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program is built upon our internationally recognized advanced practice nursing programs. With a Vanderbilt DNP degree, you will use nursing and other scientific findings to design programs of care delivery that are innovative, economically feasible and have significant impact on health care outcomes.Read More
MORE AND MORE NURSES are earning doctoral degrees in nursing by pursuing a doctor of philosophy (PhD) in nursing, which is a research-focused doctorate, or the doctor of nursing practice (DNP), which is a practice-focused doctorate. 1 (See Growth in doctoral programs.)Nurses considering advancing their nursing education to the doctoral level must decide which type of program is the best fit.Read More
Director of the doctor of nursing practice (DNP) Program. Allen Prettyman, PhD, FNP-BC, FAANP, FNAP Clinical Professor Contact the DNP Program to Learn More and Apply University of Arizona College of Nursing P.O. Box 210203 Tucson, Arizona 85721-0203.Read More
DNP - Plans of Study Plans of study are subject to adjustment based upon enrollment and collegiate resources. Iowa's Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program is a clinical doctorate which prepares nurses for leadership roles in an advanced clinical specialty with immersion in public policy and advocacy, specialty systems, change theory, economics and finance.Read More
The Dual DNP program requires 42 post-master’s graduate semester credit hours and completion of a total of 1000 clinical practice hours (includes 500 from MSN program). All students will be required to complete the curriculum that includes a sequence of courses as listed below: Theoretical Base (15 semester credit hours).Read More
The dual DNP-PhD program, a five-year program, is open to advanced practitioners in four areas who also want to conduct research. The available specialties are Adult-Gerontology Primary Care NP, Family NP, Women’s Health NP, and Certified Nurse Midwifery.Read More