Post-Master's Doctor of Nursing Practice
Nurse leaders play a significant role in building and sustaining a healthy work environment within our country's health care organizations. As our health care system continues to evolve, the need has increased for nursing professionals who are capable of providing holistic health care for a diverse group of people and communities.
Quinnipiac University's online post-master's doctor of nursing practice degree prepares you to meet those needs while taking your nursing expertise to the next level. Take a more advanced approach to clinical reasoning and health care best practices. Learn how to design, implement and evaluate quality improvement initiatives. One of the most important skills you can gain from this program is the ability to both initiate and partake in effective inter-professional collaboration.
Choose from two specialized immersion tracks: care of populations and nursing leadership.
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The post-master's doctor of nursing practice program consists of 30-35 credits depending on your chosen track. Core requirements for both tracks cover topics such as biostatistics, epidemiology & evidence-based practice, health policy, and clinical scholarship & inquiry in nursing. Each track also includes two portfolio synthesis seminars.
Our expert faculty is made up of insightful scholars and experienced professionals who use a student-centered approach to teaching to provide more enriching educational experiences. Graduates are equipped to provide quality care for diverse individuals, families, communities and populations in a wide range of settings.
Located within the Center for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, the School of Nursing features a pediatric lab and a model apartment to teach students how to provide care in residential settings, in addition to traditional classrooms and seminar rooms. The 325,000-square-foot building is uniquely designed for collaborative learning among medical, nursing and health sciences students and faculty.
Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)
The bachelor’s degree program in nursing, the master’s degree program in nursing, and the doctor of nursing practice program at Quinnipiac University are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street, NW, Suite 750, Washington, D.C. 20001, 202-887-6791.
Review the details of each program to find the best fit for your educational and career goals.
Discuss admission requirements with your admission counselor.
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