For two days this week, fourteen students in the final semester of their DNP program convened on campus to present their final papers.
Dr. Hamburg, internationally recognized leader in public health and medicine, spoke at the Bellos lecture on how nurses can make a difference.
The GEPN Program is a three-year, full-time course of graduate nursing study with no prerequisites that combines preparation in basic nursing with advanced preparation in a clinical specialty.
The Master's of Science in Nursing (MSN) curriculum is for RN entrants and is designed to prepare students for advanced practice and roles as clinician-scholars.
The program is designed to prepare nurse scientists to conduct cutting-edge research linking theory and clinical practice.
The post-masters Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Program is for mid-career nurses focused on innovation in management, policy, and leadership.