Earn a DNP Degree in Two Years
Seasoned Executive Faculty.
The Doctor of Nursing Practice Executive Leadership program prepares master’s-educated nurses and those with master’s degrees in other disciplines (MBA, MHA, MEd) for leadership roles in today’s technology-focused health care system. The program develops five key competencies: leadership, business intelligence, finance, health policy and health services research. Students examine legislative policy issues and economics, build critical thinking skills and develop into more marketable leaders.
A Doctor of Nursing Practice degree that's manageable and fulfilling
- Two-year program (one 10-day residency program per year)
- Eight-week courses
- Two-week breaks between courses
- Practice focused
- Bridge program allows non-MSN students to participate
- Seasoned executive faculty (many of whom are Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Executive Nurse Fellows)
Learn more about our DNP Executive Leadership degree. Complete the form to the right and an admissions advisor will contact you.
“American Sentinel's non-traditional educational approach, the bridge program and two focused residencies allow me to pursue a doctorate degree while continuing to work and travel.”
Roy Simpson, Vice President Nursing, Cerner Corporation