DNP-FNP Program of Study

 

Year Courses & Semester

Year 1

Summer:

NRS 604 Nursing Science and Ethics for Advanced Practice (3 cr.)

NRS 601 Professional Role Development for Advanced Practice Nursing (3 cr.)

NRS 602 Leadership in a Complex Healthcare Environment (3 cr.)

Fall:

NRS 614 Health Organization Systems & Resource Management (3 cr.) 

NRS 605 Analytical Methods for Practice Improvement (3 cr.)

NRS 649 Policy and Politics for the Nurse Leader (2 cr.)

Spring:

NRS 606 Quality Improvement Processes for Practice Improvement (3 cr.)

NRS 650 Informatics in a Complex Healthcare Environment (2 cr.)

NRS 607 Advanced Pathophysiology and Genetics (4 cr.)

26 Credit Hours

Year 2

Summer:

NRS 651 Epidemiology and Clinical Prevention in Population Health (3 cr.)

NRS 609 Botanicals in Primary Care (1 cr.)

NRS 608 Advanced Pharmacotherapeutics (3 cr.)

NRS 610 Advanced Health Assessment for Primary Care Nurse Practitioners (4 cr.)

Fall:

NRS 670 Management of Adults with Acute Conditions (3 cr.)

NRS 630 FNP Clinical I (3 cr.) 180 Clinical Hours

NRS 652 Translation Science (2 cr.)

NRS 665 DNP Scholarly Project* (1 cr.)

Spring:

NRS 681 Management of Common Gender Specific & Adolescent Health Conditions (4 cr.)

NRS 631 FNP Clinical II (2 cr.) 120 Clinical Hours

NRS 672 Management of Common Mental Health Conditions in Primary Care (2 cr.)

NRS 665 DNP Scholarly Project* (1 cr.) 

29 Credit Hours

Year 3

Summer

NRS 673 Management of Pediatric Patients in Primary Care (3 cr.)  

NRS 633 FNP Clinical III (2 cr.) 120 Clinical Hours

NRS 665 DNP Scholarly Project* (1 cr.)

Fall

NRS 674 Management of Adults & Older Adults with Chronic Conditions (3 cr.) 

NRS 634 FNP Clinical IV (3 cr.) 180 Clinical Hours

NRS 676 Integrative Health: Adult Health Promotion and Acute Health Problems (3 cr.)

Spring 

NRS 675 Directed DNP Clinical (6 cr.) 360 Clinical Hours

 21 Credit Hours    

 Total credit hours: 76 

Total clinical hours - 960

*NRS 665 - Students are required to take this course a minimum of 3 times, but will continue to register for it every semester until successful completion and dissemination of the final project.