Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden's Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program prepares nurse practitioners who practice at the highest level of their education. Graduates of our DNP program become capable change agents, working collaboratively to map the frontlines of quality outcomes, patient advocacy, and health policy with a special emphasis on improving access to care and eliminating health disparities.
Doctor of Nursing Practice
Complete our DNP program with two years of full-time study or with up to five years of part-time study. Students enrolled in our DNP program come from various stages in their careers – including entry-level and experienced nurses, to master's-prepared nurse practitioners. In addition, seamless progression into the DNP program is available for qualified undergraduate students.
Our faculty are recognized experts in their fields who challenge and motivate students to surpass their career goals. Students in our clinical doctorate explore evidence-based practice, quality improvement, and systems leadership –among many other vital areas– as they build upon advanced competencies for complex nursing practice and research. Our scholars create capstone projects that investigate a wide range of topics –poverty and vulnerable communities; health promotion, prevention, and literacy; access to care; community-based research; and social determinants of health, to name a few– and translate evidence into findings that advance the forefront of practice improvement.
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The Doctor of Nursing Practice at Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530, Washington, DC 20036, 202-887-6791.
Nurse Practitioners in demand
Doctorally-prepared nurse practitioners are in demand and enjoy a wide range of career options thanks in part to the expansion of Scope of Practice for nurse practitioners, changes to health care reform, and the aging baby boom generation. The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that by 2024, the nurse practitioner field will grow by 35 percent; five times the national average for all occupations. NPs were the second highest ranked profession in the U.S. News & World Report’s 'The 100 Best Jobs List' of 2017 and the demand for DNP-prepared nurse practitioners will continue to expand.
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