Doctor of Nursing Practice Programs
Georgia Regents University offers the state's first Doctor of Nursing Practice degree. When the program was established in 2005, it was only the tenth offered in the nation. The program has now expanded to include seven degree tracks for post BSN and post MSN study.
The Doctor of Nursing Program encompasses the following degree options:
Accredited by the Commission of Collegiate Nursing Education. For additional information about the DNP degree, visit the American Association of Colleges of Nursing website or view the DNP Essentials document.
Complete applications fully processed into the system by the application deadline will receive consideration priority. Applications received and/or completed after the program deadline will be considered on a space-available basis only.
Applicants are encouraged to check the status of their application regularly to ensure documents requested and/or sent have been processed into the system.
The fall 2015 application is now closed.
Thank you for your interest. Please click here to fill out an information form, so we can contact you when the Fall 2015 application process begins.
|DNP Degree Objectives|
|DNP Alumni Projects List|
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|DNP Program Traditional and Acute Care Director|
|Marguerite Murphy, DNP, RN|
|Acting Interim DNP Program Primary Care Director|
|Jean Pawl, PhD, RN, OCN, CNE|
|Program Manager II|
|Karen Sturgill, MPA|
|(T) (706) 721-3676|