The BS to DNP program offers nurses with a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing to achieve the highest level of nursing practice, all while leveraging the skills and expertise of UWM’s world-class faculty and prestigious academic resources.
What makes the program distinguished?
Ranked in the top 15% of graduate nursing programs by U.S. News and World Report, the DNP prepares students for advanced clinical practice in a specialized population.
This 65-credit program is the highest achievement in clinical nursing practice. Six highly specialized tracks offer students their choice of intensive, focused degree options that prepare graduates for employment in competitive clinical and nonclinical nursing careers.
- Family Nurse Practitioner (Course Plan)
- Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (Course Plan)
- Clinical Nurse Specialist (Course Plan)
- Maternal/Infant/Women’s Health
- Community/Public Health (Course Plan)
- Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (Course Plan)
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