The DNP project is a scholarly project that students complete with the goal of translating evidence into practice. All DNP projects contain planning, implementation, and evaluation components. Work on the DNP project begins immediately after starting the doctoral program and continues throughout its entirety.
The DNP project courses synthesize evidence, theories, and scientific principles for the DNP student to create a DNP project plan.
- NRSG 7801 DNP Project I (1)
- NRSG 7802 DNP Project II (1)
- NRSG 7803 DNP Project III (1)
Additionally, DNP practicum hours provide students the opportunity to build on concepts and skills derived from DNP courses and focuses on developing advanced skills in integration and synthesis of practice and knowledge.
- NRSG 7901 DNP Practicum I (1 credit =60 hours)
- NRSG 7902 DNP Practicum I (2 credits =120 hours)
- NRSG 7903 DNP Practicum III (1 credit= 60 hours)
For more information:
American Association of Colleges of Nursing, (AACN). (2015).
The Doctor of Nursing Practice: Current Issues and Clarifying Recommendations Report from the Task Force on the Implementation of the DNP.
Doctor of Nursing Practice DNP. (2018).