Earn a DNP, the highest possible degree in professional nursing practice. The DNP curriculum emphasizes core leadership courses in public policy advocacy, improving organizational effectiveness, health informatics and financial and business management; and, scientific inquiry based on translational science and evidenced-based practice, population health, and advanced specialty clinical practice. This program is designed for nurses who already hold either a bachelor's degree or master’s degree in nursing. Post MSN nurses can choose from leadership tracks in Advanced Practice Leadership (APL), Executive Administrative Management (EAM), or Public Health Nurse Leader (PHL). Part-time and full-time study options are available. Post BSN nurses can choose from Advanced Practice tracks to include Adult Gerontology - Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (AG-ACNP), Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP), Pediatric Nurse Practitioner - Primary Care (PNP-PC), and Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP).