- Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP)
- The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) is a clinical doctorate degree. The purpose of the program is to prepare nurses for leadership roles in advanced nursing practice by providing them with the requisite knowledge and skills to influence health care practice for the future.
- Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing (PhD)
- The purpose of the Ph.D. program in nursing is to prepare nurses to assume major roles in the development, evaluation, and dissemination of knowledge about phenomena of interest in nursing. The program is characterized by early and continuous training in research, a strong scientific base in nursing, and a minor in a related discipline. Graduates with a research doctorate are prepared to assume positions as faculty as well as research scientists and research directors in a variety of educational, clinical and governmental settings.
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