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Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner
Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree – Online Program
with Master's Conferment Option
Deliver the highest level of care across a patient's lifespan, with special focus on serving the healthcare needs of rural residents.
Advanced practice nurses are vital members of a health care team necessary to meet the growing needs of adult and elderly populations, especially in our most rural areas. Through the AGPCNP program, you'll be prepared to address these complex needs in our state and across the nation, and have the opportunity to earn a master's degree while pursing your DNP degree.
The Doctor of Nursing Practice degree course of study is nine semesters, which includes three summer sessions. The program requires 90 total credits and more than 1000 practicum hours to complete. A master's degree conferment is available after completing 55 credits, allowing students to sit for the national certification exam while continuing to purse their doctoral degree.
Completed applications that are received by January 15 are given priority for fall admission. Application period closes April 1. Enrollment is limited.
Students are required to come to campus once in each of 5 semesters during the program. During that time, they will participate in traditional lectures, hands-on lab, simulation and clinical examinations.
UND Nursing programs ascribe to the College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines Mission Statement found at About CNPD
Specific questions for the Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner track may be directed to 701.777.4174 or email UND.graduatenursing@email.UND.edu.