Do you want to make a positive impact on the nation’s health?
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics identified the profession of nurse practitioner as the sixth fastest-growing occupation and the Institute of Medicine (2010) called for doubling the population of nurses with doctoral degrees.
Marymount University’s Master of Science in Nursing and Doctor of Nursing Practice hybrid online programs offer flexibility for working professionals while providing advanced knowledge and skills in clinical practice, health policy, systems improvement and evidence-based practice.
- Full and part-time MSN/Family Nurse Practitioner blends real-time online streaming with faculty and classmates and in-person, on-campus sessions.
- Full and part-time DNP/Family Nurse Practitioner (for those with a BSN) uses a hybrid online model of real-time web-based sessions and periodic on-campus sessions with faculty and peers.
- Post-Master’s DNP (for those with a prior Master’s in Nursing) uses the same blended online model as post-Baccalaureate DNP program.
If you don’t have your BSN, join our traditional four-year or Accelerated BSN cohort!
At MU, you can learn about leading health care organizations from Dr. Terri Gaffney, former ANA vice president. Analyze health care policy and nursing impact with Dr. Suzanne Miyamoto, chief policy officer for the American Association of College of Nursing and director for the national Nursing Community Coalition. Advance your clinical and organizational skills with Dr. Maureen Moriarty, the first nurse to be named a Fellow of the American Headache Society.
Learn more at one of our free upcoming information sessions in time to apply for the June 15 application deadline:
- 7:00 p.m., Wednesday, May 16 (Webinar)
- 6:30 p.m., Wednesday May 30 (Main Campus in Arlington)
For more details or to register for an information session, visit www.marymount.edu/Nursing-Info.
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