Designed for nurses with a Master’s degree in nursing, our two-year, full time program allows you to earn a doctoral degree while continuing in your practice. An extended 3-year curriculum is available.
Doctor of Nursing Practice
As the first college to develop a web-based nursing program, we are experienced in providing the support you need to succeed with distance learning. To provide flexibility and eliminate the need to commute daily to campus, we offer:
- Web-based curriculum and self-directed learning.
- Seminar intensives at the Pomona, CA, campus consist of two face-to-face sessions that occur at the beginning and end of the DNP program, with a virtual midpoint session. For a complete listing of dates please refer to the academic calendar. academic calendar.
- The DNP practice hours (1,000) and culminating scholarly project can be completed in your own community.
- Eisenhower Nursing Congress
Monday, November 7 at 8:00 AM Pacific Standard Time
- Doctor of Nursing Practice | Introductory Information Session
Wednesday, November 16 at 3:00 PM Pacific Standard TimeMSN degreed nurses will be taught how to transform healthcare with a blend of practice, organizational, economic, and leadership skills. Students in this program will learn how to evaluate and apply clinical evidence and science to design systems of care delivery that are locally acceptable, economically feasible, and have significant impact on health care outcomes.
Will This Program Meet My Needs?
A Master’s prepared nurse wishing to advance your terminal degree in nursing and professional career.
An advanced practice nurse wanting to earn a doctorate in nursing practice while working and keeping your family commitments.
A Master’s prepared nurse who wants to develop expertise in population health in the care of vulnerable communities.
A Master’s prepared nurse who desires the convenience of a flexible web-based program.
We prepare our graduates to assume practice leadership roles in nursing and healthcare as doctorally prepared clinicians, systems leaders of clinical programs, policy, and practice, and faculty, among other roles.