Wright State University-Miami Valley College of Nursing and Healthin conjunction with the University of Toledo College of Nursing offers a joint, onlinepost-master’s DNP program. This program is currently a part-time program of study. The post-master’s DNP at Wright State University and the University of Toledo offers a choice of two concentrations: one for direct care advanced practice nurses (NPs and CNSs) and one for indirect care nursing administrators.
For further information on the program, admission requirements, available scholarships or financial aid information, please refer to the College of Nursing and Health website at www.nursing.wright.edu, and click on the Graduate tab.
The College of Nursing and Health (CONH) has several admission requirements in addition to the minimum requirements of the Graduate School. Refer to the CONH website for further information (www.nursing.wright.edu).
The College of Nursing and Health is located in University Hall-a state-of-the-art educational facility. Clinical instructional facilities are abundant and varied. Since June 1984, the school has had a collaborative agreement with the Division of Nursing at Miami Valley Hospital to form a Center for Excellence in Nursing. This agreement affords opportunities for research, clinical practice, and education for students and faculty. In addition, the school has contracts with over 200 agencies in the area including hospitals, rehabilitation centers, county health departments, nursing homes, school systems, senior citizen centers, and day care centers-all of which can be used for clinical experiences and/or research.
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