The Post Masters Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) is a practice-focused doctoral program that prepares Advanced Practice Nurses (NP, CNS, CNM, CRNA) for the highest level of clinical nursing practice beyond the initial preparation in the discipline.

What makes the program distinguished?

Ranked in the top 15% of graduate nursing programs by U.S. News and World Report the program prepares students to develop clinical, organizational, economic, and leadership skills to design and implement programs of care delivery, that will significantly impact health care outcomes and transform health care delivery. Graduates with this terminal practice degree will be prepared for roles in direct care or indirect, systems-focused care

Enroll and engage in the online DNP curriculum from anywhere in the world. Join a cohort of ambitious, supportive fellow students. This 28 credit program includes a four-credit, 460-hour clinical residency requirement.

For More Information

Jennifer Daood
Doctoral Programs
Senior Advisor
414-229-5047
daood@uwm.edu