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Meet the challenges of the heath-care system in the 21st century prepared as a leader in health care with your Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree.
UMass Lowell's Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program is:
Once admitted, you'll develop or expand your leadership role in the health care system using an evidence-based approach. With the knowledge and skills acquired through the DNP program, you'll be prepared to propose solutions to improve health care delivery.
Our interdisciplinary DNP curriculum focuses on:
DNP graduates are prepared to reduce health care disparities for culturally diverse and under-served populations. Our graduates will also have experience with the political advocacy that is essential in influencing decisions within the evolution of health care delivery.
Learn about Admission Requirements.
Contact: Susan Parker, DNP Program Coordinator and Lecturer, Phone: 978-934-4685 or Email: email@example.com.
UMass Lowell students currently matriculated in the Master of Science program in nursing may apply for admission to the Master’s (MS) to Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) Fast Track Program.