Care of Populations Track
The post-master's care of populations track is for master's prepared nurses who want to further develop population health management skills. In addition to the DNP core classes, a select group of classes explore health care systems, organizational dynamics, and population-focused inquiry. Five hundred hours of practice and field experience related to the student's interests enhance learning. The track is open to all master's prepared nurses.
The track can be completed online with the exception of a residency component. The residency takes place towards the end of the program during the week of graduation.
Curriculum: 32-34 credits
|NUR 514||Epidemiology & Evidence Based Practice||3|
|NUR 516||Health Policy & Organizational Systems||3|
|NUR 602||Principles of Ethical Theory in Nursing||1|
|NUR 610||Clinical Scholarship & Inquiry in Nursing||3|
|NUR 610 PBL||Portfolio Synthesis Seminar I||1|
|NUR 612||Leadership & Collaboration for Change in Health Care||3|
|NUR 612 PBL||Portfolio Synthesis Seminar II||1|
|NUR 620||Advanced Principles of Population-Based Health Care||3|
|NUR 621*||Post-Master's Additional Graduate Clinical||2|
|NUR 622||Special Topics in Advanced Practice Nursing||3|
|NUR 623||Population Health Fellowship||1|
|NUR 700||An Interprofessional Approach to Caring for the Underserved with Multiple Chronic Conditions||3|
|HM 600||Foundations of Health Care Management||3|
|OL 601||Foundations of Organizational Leadership||3|
* Taken as needed to secure sufficient clinical hours.