Prepare for a rewarding career in nursing with our online University of Minnesota doctoral programs. From gerontology to women’s health, we offer online Doctors of Nursing Practice (DNP) that will train you to become a caring leader or provider in health care.
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Adult/ Gerontological Clinical Nurse Specialist DNP
Graduates work as expert clinicians and consultants in acute care settings, nursing homes, transitional care settings, and specialty practices.
Adult Gerontological Primary Care Nurse Practitioner DNP
Prepare to independently manage primary care needs of adults and older adults, as well as become leaders in health systems with a firm grounding in evidence-based practice and system change.
Health Innovation and Leadership DNP
Prepares both emerging and expert innovators to become nurse executives and entrepreneurs, health care business leaders, nonprofit managers, nursing faculty, public policy advocates, and more.
Integrative Health and Healing DNP
Work with individuals, families, communities, and health systems in developing integrative approaches to health promotion, disease prevention, and chronic disease management.
Graduates provide clinical leadership in a complex and rapidly evolving health care system in multiple settings.
Nursing Informatics DNP
Graduates are prepared to work in teams of clinicians, computer technology staff, and administrators to transform health care using digital tools and techniques.
Post-Master's Doctor of Nursing Practice
Nurses with a master's degree can learn more about how to improve health outcomes and care for people with complex, chronic conditions.
Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner DNP
Prepares you for a wide variety of employment opportunities across the mental health care service spectrum, including in community-based psychiatric clinics, private practices, and inpatient psychiatric units.