The School of Nursing at the Brooks College of Health offers four (4) tracks Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP). These tracks include the post-MSN DNP for those holding active certification in a designated specialty who wish to complete the clinical doctorate as well as BSN-DNP tracks for those who wish to become Family Nurse Practitioners or Certified Registered Nurses Anesthetists. In Fall 2016, the School of Nursing will also begin offering a post-MSN DNP for those who wish to complete a DNP and obtain certification as a Psych-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP). Additional details regarding our newest track are available on the designated program page through the below link.
Admission requirements for our graduate programs are posted through the "Admissions" link on the left-side menu. Please note that they vary by track as do application deadlines and start terms.
The nursing program is fully accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and approved by the Florida Board of Nursing.
Please visit our Important Dates page for deadlines, decision timelines, and mandatory orientation dates. Candidates are encouraged to regularly check back for updates and announcements.
The faculty of the School of Nursing has defined nine graduate program objectives based on the purpose, philosophy, and conceptual framework. Upon successful completion of a graduate nursing degree, the graduate will:
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