George Washington University

Doctors of Nursing Program Listing


George Washington University
900 23rd Street, NW
Washington, DC 20037
Year of First Graduating Class: 2010
Number of Students per Annual Cohort: 30
Post MSN hours required: 36
BSN to DNP hours required: 78
Curriculum Delivery: On-line only
Comments: The Doctor of Nursing Practice Program advances professional nursing roles in clinical practice and nursing leadership and management. DNP courses are designed to increase clinical competency, refine critical-thinking skills, and develop stronger decision-making and evaluative abilities. A clinical research project immerses students in a practice environment, and lays the foundation for future scholarship and success in the local, national, and global nursing community.
Contacts: Tamara Helvetius
Executive Coordinator
202-994-9684Christine Pintz, PhD, FNP-BC
Program Director

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