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Systems Leadership (DNP) Program Information

The DNP in systems leadership is for students who wish to gain expertise in outcomes improvement and leading change at a systems/organizational level. This knowledge can be applied to clinical, educational or health policy issues in practice or academic environments. The program is designed for master's-prepared nurses with demonstrated or potential leadership ability who may already be in a management position or desire to advance to a leadership role. Applicants are not required to be certified in a clinical specialty.



Leadership to Enhance Population Health Outcomes (DNP) Program Information

The focus of this post-MSN DNP program is on the development of population-based knowledge and skills to enhance clinical health outcomes for patient aggregates, communities and populations. This knowledge and skill set can be used across specialty areas to assess the health and illness needs of clinical populations and develop, implement and evaluate population-focused interventions to address these needs. The program has a strong emphasis on health promotion, levels of prevention and program management for vulnerable populations.


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