Our DNP program educates advanced practice registered nurses and nurse leaders who seek to develop or expand their leadership roles in the health care system. With the knowledge and skills acquired through UML's DNP program, our graduates will be prepared to propose solutions to improve patient care and health care outcomes. This is achieved through an interdisciplinary curriculum which provides nurses with knowledge and skills in evaluation research, health policy, organizational leadership an financing, evidence-based practice and health care informatics. Our DNP graduates will have a positive impact on the health care system by using an evidence-based approach to improve health care delivery.
By enriching our DNP program with content on cultural competency, DNP graduates are prepared to reduce health care disparities for culturally diverse and underserved populations. Our graduates will also have advocacy skills that are essential in influencing governmental and organizational policy decisions.
The degree pathway in the Post-Masters DNP Program will be 3 academic years part-time in length. Full-Time study is available. Courses are delivered in a combination of online and blended formats. Both full-time and part-time degree pathway are available.
Priority application deadline is April 1. Admission is competitive. Applications received after that date will be reviewed on a space available basis.
Susan Parker, DNP, APRN, GNP-BC