For Nurses with Bachelor's Degree

The DNP program has helped me to ask better questions, lead with the best available evidence, and evaluate for myself what is good and just.

Joan Ching, MN, RN DNP Class of 2016

DNP Information Sessions

Wed, August 15, 2018

Wed, September 12, 2018

Thu, October 11, 2018

Tue, November 13, 2018

4:00-6:00 p.m., Engineering 200, Wyckoff Auditorium

SU Graduate Programs Open House

Fri, October 5, 2018

4:00-6:00 p.m., Student Center, First Floor

Transition to Advanced Practice

Registered nurses with a B.S. in nursing or an A.D. in nursing with a bachelor’s degree in another field complete the DNP in 12 quarters.

"Because of the education I received from SU, I was able to open my own family practice clinic, become the president of a local NP organization and volunteer many hours to the community providing health care to underserved women." - Grace Grymes Chapman, DNP, MSN, ARNP, RN

Focal Areas of Study

Students choose between two advanced practice tracks of study to become either a nurse practitioner or advanced community public health nurse.

Nurse Practitioner

Nurse Practitioner tracks prepare nurses to provide primary or acute care for individuals and families. You have a choice of these focal areas:

Acute Care

Primary Care

Advanced Community Public Health Nurse

The Advanced Community Public Health Nursing course of study prepares nurses to collaborate with communities and organizations to design and implement health care programs and provide population based health care.