Penn Nursing has been a leader in the science and practice of nursing since 1886, and continues to be at the forefront of advancing science, delivering solutions, and shaping health policy and practice to engender a healthier future.
The Post-Master’s DNP focuses on developing skills in translating research in practice, evaluating evidence, applying research in decision-making, and implementing viable clinical innovations to change practice and improve care delivery. Our hybrid online and in-person curriculum is designed to prepare professionals to become leaders in practice innovation by providing education in the translation of evidenced-based practice, project management, and leadership development.
In addition to our world-renowned faculty and state-of-the-art facilities, more than half of the required course curriculum will be offered online by fall 2019, with the goal of offering 100% of the course offerings online by 2020. This flexibility will allow nursing leaders the convenience of earning their PM-DNP while balancing their full-time career.
The Post-Master’s DNP requires 10 course units which can be completed in two years.
|NURS 651||Healthcare Informatics||1|
|NURS 789||Principles of Patient Safety & Quality Improvement in Healthcare||1|
|NURS 745||Data Analytics||1|
|NURS 851||Translating Evidence into Practice (DNP Project #1)||1|
|NURS 790||Health Care Economics and Business Planning||1|
|NURS 852||DNP Project Planning II (DNP Project #2)||0.5|
|NURS 748||Leadership Development in Healthcare||1|
|NURS 853||DNP Project Implementation (DNP Project #3)||0.5|
|NURS 500||Introduction to Principles and Methods of Epidemiology||1|
|NURS 540||Current Issues In Health and Social Policy||1|
|NURS 854||DNP Project Evaluation and Dissemination (DNP Project #4)||1|
|Total Course Units||10|
The degree and major requirements displayed are intended as a guide for students entering in the Fall of 2020 and later. Students should consult with their academic program regarding final certifications and requirements for graduation.