This program will prepare advanced practice nurses who will practice at the highest level of professional nursing and will advance the application of nursing knowledge for the purpose of improving health care for diverse populations.
This is a 40-44 credit post MSN program that can be completed in 8 semesters with a part-time progression plan. Additional clinical and capstone credits may be required to meet program objectives.
Enrollment in nursing courses is based upon readiness, availability of space, and an adequate cohort of students.
Graduate students should plan for a minimum of one classroom hour per registered credit per week and three outside hours of preparation per registered credit per week (e.g. 5 credits = 5 classroom hours/week, 15 outside hours/week = 20 hours/week.) This rule should be taken into consideration when planning your work and school time.
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For more information about the DNP program please contact:
Recruiting and Outreach Coordinator
West Virginia University
School of Nursing
Office of Student Services
P.O. Box 9640
Morgantown, WV 26506-9640
(toll free) 1-866-WVUNURS