Students who enter the BSN to DNP program will complete 72 credits and must choose from the following concentrations:
Family Nurse Practitioner
Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner
Family Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
BSN to DNP students complete core courses in theory, ethics, health care delivery systems, and statistics; advanced-practice competency courses relevant to their chosen concentration; and essential doctoral-level courses in policy, administration, informatics, and evidence-based practice.
All DNP students must complete 1,000 precepted/mentored clinical hours. Students also must complete two practice inquiry project (PIP) courses over two semesters resulting in a scholarly product approved by their PIP committees. Students must take additional electives to meet the 72 credits required to complete the program.
All nursing students must maintain a current nursing license. Nursing students must meet certain mandatory requirements, including a certified criminal background check, immunizations, and other program-specific requirements. Specific information will be provided once the offer of admission to the nursing program has been accepted.
For questions about the program and admissions process, contact 703-993-1961.