Doctor of Nursing Practice
The DNP program at the Georgia College School of Nursing prepares students to lead healthcare innovations and influence policy founded on analytic principles and evidence-based practice at the highest organizational level. At Georgia College, you will forge your own intellectual path: the curriculum culminates in an intense Capstone experience defined by your interests and based on your practice. You will address significant problems in real time and in your practice setting. The program offers extensive opportunities for collaboration, challenging problems for study, and a tradition of rigorous scholarship.
"Admission is limited to the most qualified applicants.
To be eligible for admission to the DNP program, applicants must have:
A master's degree in nursing or anesthesia from a nationally accredited program
A scholastic Grade Point Average of at least 3.2 in a master's of nursing program with a 3.5 preferred (on a 4.0 scale)
Demonstrated commitment to nursing practice and scholarly pursuit
Unencumbered RN Licensure
Evidence of 500 faculty supervised clinical hours in master's program
An interview with faculty"
Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education