Southern New Hampshire University: No GMAT or GRE required for admission.
Florida International University: The GRE is not required for admission to any of the university DNP programs.
Southern New Hampshire University: No GMAT or GRE required for admission.
Florida International University: The GRE is not required for admission to any of the university DNP programs.
Doctor of Nursing Practice
College description: Selected conceptual models and frameworks of nursing and ethics will be analyzed with emphasis on implications for nursing practice. This course is designed to provide students with frameworks, concepts, and personal and professional exercises for approaching nursing practice issues and to enhance the student understanding of theoretical, conceptual and ethical issues in nursing and in health care and to respond to them specifically.This course prepares students for clinical, management, or education leadership roles in health care through translation of the best available evidence into practice within organizations and application of research for nursing practice. Students will develop skills and knowledge needed to review and synthesize the strength of evidence available, and recommend practice changes if indicated. Topics covered include: a review of the research process , research critique, rating and synthesizing the strength of evidence, decision making for practice, research and research translation opportunities , risk adjustment, measurement, research ethics and organizational change.This three credit course examines the scope and status of professional roles and responsibilities of nurses prepared for advanced clinical and managerial placements in diverse health care settings.It is designed to expand the student understanding of the pathophysiology underlying dysfunction in selected diseases that advanced practice nurses may commonly encounter in their patient populations.
DNP Primary Care NP and CNS tracks offer online coursework with the added benefit of course immersions designed for students to take advantage of the rich and varied learning opportunities found only at Johns Hopkins.
Scholastic GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
Three Letters of Recommendation
GRE scores are accepted but not required
TOEFL or IELTS if English is not their first language
Course must be completed at a regionally accredited college or university with a letter grade of B or better.
College description: The Doctor of Nursing Practice Program aims to prepare students to address the changing needs of health care systems through the integration of nursing scholarship with organizational leadership and ethics.Innovative DNP scholarly projects to accelerate the adoption of best practices in leadership and practice.Georgetown Master in Nursing Program and Doctor of Nursing Practice Program are nationally ranked by the students.S. News World Report.Georgetown houses the O'Neill Family Foundation Clinical Simulation Center, an immersive facility for nursing students to build and refine their skills as professional and advanced nurses.Georgetown nursing launched the university first-ever online degree-granting program.Utilize clinical scholarship to implement evidence-based practice at the population health level.Employ effective communication and collaboration skills to identify and implement best practices in health care delivery.
The project is a summative demonstration of an interactive learning process, and the curriculum informs the depth, development, and evaluation of outcomes from the project implementation.
Personal statement that includes short and long-term goals after completion of the DNP program. If applicant already have a general sense of their area of interest for their translational research project, applicant are encouraged to include this in their statement.
The Graduate Record Examination is not required for BSN-DNP or DNP applicants.
Proficiency can be demonstrated by the receipt of a bachelor’s or advanced degree from an accredited institution of higher education in the United States or from a university where English is the primary language of instruction All other applicants must achieve at least a minimum score on either the TOEFL or IELTS test. Applications will not be considered without GRE or TOEFL/IELTS scores.
TOEFL: A minimum score of 600 or 100 on the Test of English as a Foreign Language
Post-master Doctor of Nursing Practice program
College description: This precepted clinical practicum provides students the opportunity to obtain a comprehensive health history, apply advanced physical assessment skills, and utilize advanced physiology pathophysiology, and PHARM knowledge to promote health, prevent illness, and manage acutely ill in adults and older adults. Seminars build upon an evidence-based practice model and emphasize diagnostic reasoning, critical thinking, problem solving, and decision-making. Students will be placed with clinical preceptors appropriate to their role
Clinical practice as a professional nurse is preferred but not required to be considered for admission to the post-master's DNP program.
FALL EARLY DEADLINE: JANUARY 15, 2020
FALL FINAL DEADLINE: APRIL 15, 2020
The non-refundable application fee is $70, payable through NursingCAS.
Use these sections to expand upon information in their resume or add details that are not included in their resume.
Personal statements are a perfect place to relay information to the admission team that the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor does not have from other parts of their application.
Identifying their selected references and initiating the recommendation request is part of the NursingCAS application.
It is encouraged that applicants send their evaluation requests early in the application process to make sure recommenders have adequate time to complete the request.
Their resume should be well written, formatted appropriately and easy to read.
Involvement in extracurricular leadership activities are a good item to have on their resume.
All application materials must be received by NursingCAS by the deadline in order to be considered for admission.
Applicants may apply pending completion of the master's; degree conferral must be received prior to the selected term of application.
The Graduate Record Exam is not required for admission consideration to the post-MSN to DNP program.
Please not all candidates will be required to attend the on-campus interview date.
Decisions are sent on a semi-rolling basis — the earlier applicant submit their application, the earlier applicant may receive a decision.
Nursing Practice, DNP University of Wisconsin-Madison
College description: Students in the DNP program choose from three population foci: adult gerontology , pediatrics, or psychiatric mental health. Those interested in dual preparation as an advanced practice nurse and nurse educator may add a nursing education focus.The program is available for nurses with a baccalaureate degree in nursing and nurses with a master’s degree in nursing practice The post-B.S. option can be completed in three years of full-time study or five years on a part-time basis and requires a minimum of 71 credits Up to 18 credits will be accepted from the student’s M.S. degree a minimum of 32 credits must be completed as a graduate student on the UW–Madison campus.The program of study features a combination of formal course work, clinical practice, and scholarly inquiry.GPA of 3.0 on the last 60 credits for the baccalaureate degree.Grade of B or better in a graduate level statistics course within the last 5 years.Post-BS applicants have a bachelor’s degree in nursing.Master’s degree in a specialty track from an accredited nursing program.Once applicant have researched the graduate program applicant are interested in, apply online.Resources to help applicant afford graduate study might include assistantships, fellowships, traineeships, and financial aid.Most graduate assistantships cover the cost of tuition and provide a monthly stipend.Graduate Research Scholars fellowships are designed to support highly qualified underrepresented students in the doctoral programs.Post–B.S.: 71 credits Post–M.S.: 51 creditsDNP students are not required to complete a doctoral minor.The Graduate Program Handbook is the repository for all of the program policies and requirements.Post–B.S.: With program approval, students are allowed to count up to 18 credits of graduate coursework from other institutions.
Most coursework is delivered in a hybrid format, utilizing both required in-person class sessions and distance learning technologies.
GPA of 3.0 on the last 60 credits for the baccalaureate degree
GPA of 3.5 for the master’s degree
All application materials must be received by December 1 for admission in the fall semester.
Take advantage of the convenience of online learning while participating in a rich, interactive learning environment.
DNP students are not required to complete a doctoral minor.
Evaluation and Application of Evidence-Based Practice
6 total credits required; 10 credit maximum.
Foundations of Teaching and Learning in Nursing
Accelerated Master of Science in Nursing
College description: The clinical nurse leader is a master -prepared generalist advanced practice nurse whose role is to coordinate patient-centered care in a complex health care system. Clinical nurse leaders serve as advocates, prepared to anticipate and provide integrative, evidence-based solutions to patients' needs.UVM Master of Science in Nursing Clinical Nurse Leader degree program prepares registered nurses for leadership roles in nursing.Custom curriculum tracks combine hands-on clinical experience with courses in advanced evidence-based practice, health care management and delivery of care. The program affords flexibility to work part-time while gaining valuable clinical experience.Students will complete their practicum hours at hospitals, clinics and other affiliate sites and agencies that provide experience in the variety of roles fulfilled by a clinical nurse leader.The College of Nursing and Health Sciences is affiliated with the University of Vermont Health Network, a six-hospital system that includes a Level 1 Trauma Center, the Vermont Cancer Center and the UVM Children Hospital and hosts the nurse-practitioner led Appletree Bay Primary Care clinic.No degree is awarded at the completion of the pre-RN licensure year.Track One: 39.5 credits of graduate nursing courses, including 420 practicum hours.Students then complete 39.5 credits of graduate nursing courses, including 420 practicum hours.Academic standards are outlined in the CNHS Nursing Graduate Student Handbook.
A minimum of 38.5 credits and successful completion of an oral comprehensive exam are required for completion of the AMP in Nursing.
GRE scores are NOT an admission requirement for the AMP in Nursing.
Online Post-Master Doctor of Nursing Practice
University of North Dakota is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, a regional accreditation agency recognized by the the students.S. Department of Education.
Achieve a minimum GPA of 3.0 from a previous graduate nursing program
Online application and $35 nonrefundable application fee
Reference providers are notified as soon as they are added to the application and can be added before the application is submitted.
Advanced Practice Nurse DNP Program
A total of 1,000 clinical hours are required to award the DNP degree. Additional credit hours could be required to satisfy the clinical hours requirement, depends on prior MSN curriculum.
Applicant have APN certification, or the ability to obtain certification in the first semester of enrollment
The post-master’s Advanced Practice DNP does not require the student to submit GRE scores.
Students will participate in enhanced learning opportunities related to individual courses as well as program specific competency education.
Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree Requirements
College description: The Post-Graduate Clinical Nurse Leader Certificate is focused on integrating the vital work of Clinical Nurse Leaders into every hospital.Display competence within the legal scope of practice for chosen specialization.Evaluate and utilize research within advanced nursing practice.Integrate cultural learning into nursing practice to effectively tailor health care to the diverse lifeways of clients.NURS 646 CNL II: Clinical Immersion and Capstone Project Credits: 1-6NURS 860 Health Operations and Financial Management for Nurse Leaders Credits: 3.The Post-Graduate Clinical Nurse Leader Certificate program of study is individualized.Bachelor’s degree in nursing from an NLNAC or CCNE accredited program with an upper division major in nursing with a B averageMaster’s degree in nursing from an NLNAC or CCNE accredited program with a B averageCurrent licensure as a Registered Nurse in the United States or its’ territories prior to enrollment in first graduate nursing course.Completed graduate level courses in Advanced Physical Assessment , Advanced Pathophysiology , Advanced Pharmacology Pharmacotherapeutics within the last 5 years.Completion of written response to questions regarding educational goals, scholarly practice interest and desired practice career.Students enrolled in SDSU certificate programs are not eligible for federal student financial aid.
The application file must be complete with the application form and application fee. These documents will be accessed through the NursingCAS application.
SDSU Graduate Nursing Program Application via NursingCAS - online application service
Application to the DNP program option is available at NursingCAS beginning early September.
GRE: Not required TOEFL: Score of 600 paper-based, 100 Internet-based, OR IELTS: 7.0 total band
Bachelor’s degree in nursing from an NLNAC or CCNE Accredited program with a minimum cumulative 3.3 GPA.
Master’s degree in nursing with a Nurse Practitioner, Nurse Anesthetist, Nurse Midwife or Clinical Nurse Specialist focus from an NLNAC or CCNE accredited program with a minimum cumulative 3.3 GPA.
Master’s degree in nursing from an NLNAC or CCNE accredited program with a minimum cumulative 3.3 GPA.
The College of Nursing has agreements for distance education and hybrid courses with the University of Missouri - Kansas City for Neonatal Nurse Practitioner courses, and the University of Missouri - Columbia for Family Psychiatric & Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and Pediatric Nurse Practitioner courses.
Nursing Practice, D.N.P.
An overall GPA of at least 3.5 in the MSN program as documented by official transcripts.
Current RN licensure in the the students.S. at time of application with eligibility for NC licensure.
For international students, submission of TOEFL scores with a minimum score of 557 for the paper test and 220 for the computer test.
A student must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 in all coursework taken in the program.
The clinical scholarship required in the DNP Scholarly Project reflects mastery and competency in the student’s area of expertise.
Doctorate of Nursing Practice
Online application for admissions
A typed statement identifying a change of practice issue related to professional goals
PLNU is not required to obtain state authorization in every state or the students.S. Territory, and the university has opted at this time not to seek authorization in certain states and the students.S. Territories.
Applicant must also submit official proof of English proficiency
Issues that relate to faith may be discussed in some classes, and engaging in discussion with individuals with alternative points of view will be encouraged as learning opportunities. Students will work within a learning community that is supportive academically, spiritually, and emotionally.
Begin the process by starting an application.
College description: Nurses prepared at the doctoral level will be able to significantly impact health care outcomes.Didactic and practice experiences are provided so the student can demonstrate integration of advanced nursing knowledge.Students have implemented projects such as creating a nurse managed heart failure clinic at Riverside Medical Clinic, developing an online app with resources for nurses and leaders to address compassion fatigue, and collaborating with the Riverside Public Health to empower public health nurses to be prepared as first responders in disasters.The Doctor of Nursing Practice program at California Baptist University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.Students describe the impact of organizational and leadership theories on the process of managing change and the effects of operational processes on practice environments that affect outcomes, quality, safety, and cost-effectiveness of patient care.Synthesize theory-guided practice grounded in a biblical worldview.Create clinical prevention interventions to improve individual and population-health outcomes.Evaluate research-based evidence to create, implement and translate into best-practice competencies.Demonstrate professional, competent and responsible doctoral level nursing.The program is online, with mandatory on campus residency 3-4 times during the program.
Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.3 for unconditional admission and a minimum 3.0 GPA for conditional admission
Advanced Physical Assessment
TOEFL or IELTS scores if needed
Professional resume or curriculum vitae, including: work experience; educational, leadership, and professional organization activities; and scholarly activities
Doctor of Nursing Practice
College description: The students will integrate nursing practice with study in ethics and the biophysical, psychosocial, analytical and organizational sciences.The university Doctor of Nursing Practice program is carefully designed for experienced, advanced practice nurses and nurse leaders.The DNP will prepare doctoral-level nursing clinicians for expert practice and leadership in clinical settings. All DNP students will enroll in core courses and complete a Capstone ProjectNURS 620: Ethical Legal Issues in Advanced PracticeNURS 630: Professional Leadership and Practice ChangeSample Full and Part-Time Course Sequences for the DNP Program.Design, influence and implement health care policies that affect health care financing, practice regulation, access to care, safety, quality, and efficacy of care.Assume a leadership role in the design of evidence-based interventions that enhance clinical prevention and population health.At Simmons, the university also offer the opportunity for applicant to complete their DNP program online.
Simmons University offers a blended learning format, allowing the university students to fit course requirements around their schedules.
MS in nursing or a related Master's degree from a regionally accredited the students.S. post secondary institution.
Board certification in management is preferred but not required for nurse managers.
The course must be equal to a semester in length and a grade of B or better is required.
Academic records in the native language and an official English translation are required.
Instructions for the online recommendation process can be found within the application.
GRE scores are not required to apply to the DNP. The TOEFL requirement is based on native language, not citizenship.
Official scores from Educational Testing Service are required; copies of student score reports are not acceptable.
A minimum score of 570 , 230 , or 88 is required.
Requests for such credit must be included in the admission application.
If the deferral is approved, a non-refundable enrollment deposit is due on the date stated in the original letter of admission to ensure enrollment for the future.
A new electronic application must be submitted; official academic transcripts for courses completed since the initial application must be submitted.
The waiver must be completed once a year by the deadline.
Please access the application through a newer version of Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox or Safari.
DNP Doctor Nursing Practice
Emphasis is on the application of evidence for the improvement and enhancement of patient care and health care delivery systems. With a minimum of 38 credits required for graduation, the program can be completed in just six semesters
Priority deadline is Wednesday, January 15, 2020.
Excellent relationships with local health care and community-based organizations to support practice-immersion and experiential learning.
Cumulative graduate GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale in graduate level course work
The Florida Southern College do not require the GRE for consideration for admission to the university nursing programs
Doctor of Nursing Practice
College description: To be considered for admission to the Elms College Doctor of Nursing Practice program Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner specialty track, the ideal candidate will have met the following admission criteria.The BS to DNP is a projected three year full-time study program encompassing approximately 80 credits of required coursework 1,000 hours of required clinical and immersion experiences and distinguished completion of a capstone scholarly experience that builds toward the achievement of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing Essentials of Doctoral Education for Advanced Nursing Practice and nurse practitioner competencies.The course of study will be approximately 70 credits for coursework 1,000 hours of required clinical and immersion experiences and distinguished completion of a capstone scholarly experience that builds toward the achievement of the AACN’s Essentials of Doctoral Education for Advanced Nursing Practice and nurse practitioner competencies.Submission of a a completed Elms College DNP application and professional portfolio that includes:Curriculum vitae or resume of professional accomplishments.Official transcripts from all colleges universities attended indicating completion of a baccalaureate degree in nursing ,or a masters degree in nursingThree letters of reference pertaining to the candidate’s academic ability and clinical practice.Applications received after the August deadline may be considered for the following academic year if seats are full.All applications are reviewed by members of the DNP Program Committee.Students may be eligible for financial aid through student loan programs.Many business and healthcare organizations may assist in funding through employee tuition reimbursement programs.International students are encouraged to Elms College graduate programs.
AACN’s position statement calls for educating APRNs and nurses seeking top systems/organizational roles in DNP programs.
This scholarly project will embrace learning from both coursework and clinical practice application.
The university recommendation for full-time students with a BSN is to complete the program in approximately 3 years; MSN students in approximately 2.5 years.
The GRE is not required for the Elms College DNP.
Skills applicant need for graduate study include, but are not limited to, word processing and PowerPoint skills, online database searching, library database searches, and E-learning navigation skills for the educational learning platform.
The purpose of a clinical practicum is twofold. The practicum fulfills required course and practice hours while providing a real-life opportunity to work as a future APRN.
APRN to Doctor of Nursing Practice Degrees
College description: The Family Nurse Practitioner track provides the knowledge, skills and clinical experiences necessary to diagnose and treatindividuals across the lifespan.
The program concludes with the nurse completing an evidence-based Capstone project centered on the application and assessment of a healthcare topic in a community or patient practice.
The actual number of required credit hours will be determined on a case-by-case basis for students transferring in prior graduate credits.
A grade point average greater than or equal to 3.0 on a 4.0 scale in MSN program.
Current unencumbered Registered Nurse licensure at time of application. Practice as an APRN is encouraged but not required.
Official college transcripts from graduating institutions and official transcripts confirming completion of the required graduate courses
All students are required to complete specific coursework. Course listings and required curriculum are subject to change.
Learning theories and best practices provide the basis for analyzing the concept of learning in the cognitive, psychomotor and affective domains. Teaching strategies to facilitate student learning in the classroom, clinical, practice and online environment are examined.
Examination of social change leadership, analysis of civic-related research, and exploration of civic identity will further student civic and public purpose as a healthcare professional and educated citizen.
Students analyze the key components of health behavior change theories and their application in research and practice in support of adopting healthy behaviors.
This course provides the theoretical foundation for role development and skills required to identify health needs at a population level and strategies to improve population outcomes. The course focus is on translational research and the application of evidence-based concepts essential to the advancement of population based health.
The course emphasizes the application of statistical concepts to analyze research for best available evidence to support quality nursing practice.
Their statement should be approximately 250-400 words using APA format and citations where applicable.
Instances of plagiarism within an applicant's written statement will disqualify them for acceptance to Nebraska Methodist College due to the College's commitment to academic integrity and stringent plagiarism policies.
Demonstrate competence in knowledge application, translation of research in practice, evaluation of practice and dissemination of evidence-based practice findings.
Clinical Nurse Leader Program Online
The Clinical Nurse Leader program online focuses on the essential skills required by nurse leaders to act as providers and managers of care and assume accountability for patient care needs within the current health delivery environments.
No GMAT or GRE required for admission
Applicant can apply at any time and get a decision within days of submitting all required materials.
Must have an earned bachelor’s degree from an accredited nursing program with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0
Graduate nursing students build upon previous learning of nursing research and evidence-based practice in order to become proficient in critiquing, generating, translating research evidence into practice, and disseminating results to advance nursing knowledge.
Students will explore the components of conceptual-theoretical-empirical structures for theory-generating, theory-testing research, and application to practice.
The course will enhance student ability to think systematically and develop comprehensive understanding of core competencies required to initiate and sustain change in organizations.
Synthesize prior learning by implementing a scholarly project developed during their program of study.
At least two terms prior to the start of the clinical components, students will be required to demonstrate proof of having an active individual medical malpractice certificate.
Nicole Wertheim College of Nursing Health Sciences
College description: NPs: Leading change and improving health through advanced education and practice.The university’ve compiled a list of the most commonly asked questions the university accredited graduate nursing programs.Applicant can transfer up to six credits only if those credits are consistent with university requirements and the curriculum requirements of the graduate program.The GRE is not required for admission to any of the university DNP programs.FIU Graduate Nursing programs are limited enrollment and admission is highly competitive.Each track requires applicant to take a certain number of credits and clinical hours each semester.Applicant can do a thesis, a master’s paper, or a research practicum.The university Traditional DNP program is completely online.The university post-BSN to DNP programs are a combination of classroom and online courses.FIU Graduate Nursing now offers a Nurse Educator MSN. However, the department is no longer offering stand-alone Master of Science in Nursing programs. The DNP programs at FIU still incorporate the APRN content currently included in traditional master’s nursing programs.The DNP focuses on providing leadership for evidence-based practice. This requires competence in translating research in practice, evaluating evidence, applying research in decision-making, and implementing viable clinical innovations to change practice. The PhD program at FIU offers training and education in the formal research role.Nursing educational preparation and the time commitment ought to be analogous to other members in the health professions such as Pharmacist , Physical Therapist , Occupational Therapist , Social Workers , and Audiologist that have all also moved to preparation at the clinical doctoral level.
The GRE is not required for admission to any of the university DNP programs.
However, there will soon come a point where a DNP degree is required to be eligible to become a new advanced practice nurse.
Bachelor of science nursing degree with a minimum GPA of 2.0, or
No GRE or other placement test is required for admission
Instead, they offer more interactive learning assignments.