The post-MSN Doctor of Nursing Practice program at the University of North Florida is designed as a program for those who already possess, at a minimum, a Master of Science in Nursing and specialty certification.
Objectives for the program are based on the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) essentials for Doctoral Education for Advanced Practice (2006). The program objectives build upon those for the masters in nursing program. The objectives (graduate learning outcomes) for the DNP program state that upon completion of the program the graduate will be able to:
The program currently offers two (2) options for online studies in this degree track. Note that questions regarding admission to either track should be directed to email@example.com. The first option is the traditional-length semester format (16 weeks each for fall & spring, 12 weeks for summer). Questions regarding this track format and content should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. The second option is the part-of-term semester format (8 weeks each; formerly referred to as the "modularized" option). Questions regarding the part-of-term semester format should be directed to our program partners at (855) 478-2013 or http://onlinedegree.unf.edu/.
For those who choose to enroll in the part-of-term semester format, below are several tools and resources to review:
Distance Learning Student Services
Graduate Academic Learning Compacts:
Entrance Exam Requirements
Estimated Cost of Attendance
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