The interactive online Doctor of Nursing Practice Nurse Executive Program (DNP-NEP) at Augusta University’s College of Nursing (CON) will advance the future of nursing and healthcare leadership in Georgia and beyond. The DNP-NEP is designed exclusively for chief nursing officers, vice presidents of nursing and other executive-level nurse leaders or nurses in line for promotion to executive-level positions.
The DNP-NEP prepares current and future nurse executives to perform with business acumen, empathy and self-leadership while navigating the pressures of today’s competitive local and global health care environments. The curriculum and competencies, which meet the standards set by the Council on Graduate Education for Administration in Nursing and the National Center for Healthcare Leadership Competency Model, reflect the advanced skills, technical understanding and personal development required for effective healthcare executive practice.
Fall 2020 application deadline is May 15, 2020.
This concentration only admits students in the Fall.
The Doctor of Nursing Practice program in nursing at Augusta University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
Plan of Study
Innovative group and individual learning in the integration of advanced systems science, health policy, finance, and human resource optimization to achieve highest quality healthcare.
Students will meet a required 1,000 hours of executive training experiences, which includes hours in previous leadership programs. DNP-NE students can be awarded 500 hours if they are certified as a Nurse Executive, with a certification that requires a Masters Degree.