This post-BSN DNP curriculum for advanced practice consists of 94 credits completed over 12 semesters. The post-BSN DNP curriculum for nursing administration and health care systems consists of 79 credits completed over 10 semesters. Because program plans are individualized for post-MSN students, the number of credits and semesters needed to complete the DNP program will vary depending on previous coursework and program emphasis. Students must complete all coursework with a grade of B (3.0) or better.
The DNP courses will be offered primarily in the Cook DeVos Center for Health Sciences. State of the art facilities support the use of technology to enhance student learning. A number of courses are offered in a hybrid (Web-enhanced) format.