The BS-DNP program appeals to baccalaureateate-prepared nurses who are interested in earning a master's degree and practice doctorate in one continuous program. DNP graduates will be prepared as advanced practice leaders, who will design models of health care delivery, evaluate clinical outcomes, identify and manage health care needs of populations, and use technology and information to transform health care systems.
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Students select from 10 different specialties, five of which include an interdisciplinary urban underserved (CU-UNITE) track. Past coursework to be applied toward the degree will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. The specific courses required for each specialty option are on the specialty pages.