Informational Webinar: Population Health DNP
This webinar presented by Professor, Dr. Robin Buccheri and Dr. Brian Budds, Professor and Chair of the Health Leadership and Innovation Department.
The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree prepares registered nurses (RNs) to take on greater leadership roles. The curriculum combines nursing, business, informatics and health care administration coursework with advanced practice in clinical settings. Graduates join the workforce with the skills to improve models of health care delivery, evaluate clinical outcomes, identify and manage the health care needs of diverse populations, and use technology and information to transform the field. There are four (4) plans of study available to pursue your DNP. Bachelor's prepared nurses can choose to earn a master's degree along the way of completing their DNP. Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Tracks or Options are illustrated below.
|BACHELOR'S DEGREE (BSN)||MASTER'S DEGREE (ANY FIELD) + RN|
|Family Nurse Practitioner||Available||Available|
|Executive Leadership||Not Available||Available|
|Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner||Available||Available|
|Population Health Leadership||Not Available||Available|