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University of Indianapolis – Online Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)

Program Overview

According to the University of Indianapolis:

“DNP graduates are prepared to be experts in the integration of nursing science and clinical reasoning to design, implement, manage and evaluate complex patient, organizational, environmental and system issues. Our program equips you for the highest level of nursing practice, leading quality improvement and influencing health care policy at the system level, while applying scientific research and evidence-based knowledge to clinical practice.”

At a Glance

URL

https://uindy.edu/nursing/dnp/

Total credit hours

34-40 credit hours

Tuition per credit                 

Tuition and fees

Accreditation

The Doctor of Nursing degree at the University of Indianapolis is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)

Practicum, internship and/or on-campus intensive

While courses are all online, each semester begins with a two-day on-campus session to help you maintain connections with faculty and peers.

Full-time/part-time/accelerated

Full-time/part-time

Time to complete

Six or eight semesters

Admission requirements

According to the University of Indianapolis, to be eligible for admission to the DNP program, applicants must fulfill the following requirements:

  • Master’s degree in nursing from an NLNAC, ACEN or CCNE accredited program with a cumulative GPA of 3.0
  • An unencumbered RN license with eligibility for licensure in Indiana
  • Successful completion of a graduate level statistics course within the last five years with a grade of B or better. If the course is older than 5 years, you must successfully complete the online statistics module prior to the start of coursework
  • Advanced practice registered nurses must successfully complete graduate courses in advanced pharmacotherapeutics, advanced pathophysiology, and advanced health assessment prior to admission
  • Three letters of recommendation