University of Southern Indiana

DNP Curriculum and Plan of Study

The DNP program will require a total of 78 graduate nursing credit hours. The student must have completed a graduate degree in nursing to be eligible to enroll in the DNP program and may apply a maximum of 42 graduate credits toward the required 78 credit hours for the degree. Integrated practice hours within the curriculum will provide DNP students with learning opportunities to gain expertise in their area of specialization.

The USI DNP curriculum is built upon three distinct areas of graduate nursing content as determined by the AACN Essentials document. The three content areas with the DNP courses are presented below.

Leadership and Organizational Systems Core Courses

Evidence-Based Practice Core Courses

Specialty Practice Courses

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