How long does it take to get a Doctorate of Nursing Practice DNP?

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The doctorate would take approximately four years post bachelor's degree to complete. The degree can run up to 60 credits in coursework particular to a specific field of study. The actual length of time depends much on how long it takes a student to prepare and defend their dissertation which typically follows the prescribed credit coursework. The dissertation is an individual student project advancing an original view point on a topic of the students choosing. It is developed through extensive supporting research and must be approved by the designated committee.
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What is a Docotrate of Nursing Practice DNP?

The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP or DrNP) is an advanced-level practice degree that focuses on the clinical aspects of nursing rather than academic research. The curriculum

How long does it take to get your DNP doctorate of nursing practice?

The doctorate would take approximately four years post bachelor's degree to complete. The degree can run up to 60 credits in coursework particular to a specific field of study

How many years will it take to become a doctor of nursing practice?

The doctorate would take approximately four years post bachelor's degree to complete. The degree can run up to 60 credits in coursework particular to a specific field of study