The Future of Healthcare
Lisa Brosnan, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, JD
Class of 2017
Doctor of Nursing Practice
The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Program at Elms College includes a rigorous and innovative curriculum to prepare students for advanced practice. Each DNP track supports the next generation of advanced nurses who are ready to be change advocates within varied practice level roles that may be clinical from the bedside to the boardroom in leadership and in health care policy.
Other DNP programs may offer similar coursework, yet, the dedicated Elms College DNP faculty are passionate about educating the next generation of advanced practices nurses and nurse leaders. The student to faculty ratio provides the accessibility of experienced faculty who are committed to their students’ success. As a result, the Elms DNP program creates an exciting and dynamic learning environment for students by fostering interaction and learning from peers and faculty.
3 Program Tracks, 2 Certificate Programs
As a hybrid program with both on campus and online components, all DNP program tracks are comprised of a core curriculum, a specialty track, and a clinical practicum (if applicable).
The Elms College School of Nursing post-graduate certificate programs are designed for licensed and board-certified nurse practitioners who wish to become certified in another specialty/population focus. The certificates can be completed within 6 to 18 months depending on the student’s prior academic and clinical coursework.
We hold ourselves to a high standard and our students do too. Learn more about the expected outcomes from our programs.
Criteria for admission varies slightly based on whether you are enrolling in an DNP Track or a Certificate Program. See each program for details.
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