The BSN to DNP option is for students who already have a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and want to fast track earning the terminal degree in nursing practice.
This option is ideal if you had a strong undergraduate career and you want to advance to the top of your field quickly. While you’re earning the DNP, you’ll gain the same skills and knowledge as you would if you completed a Master of Science in Nursing degree with a family nurse practitioner concentration, along with the advanced knowledge you’ll gain in the DNP program. Pursuing the BSN to DNP option is also much faster than earning a BSN, a MSN, and then a DNP in succession.
Apply to the DNP Program
Ready to pursue your DNP and become a family nurse practitioner?
Read the requirements for admission to the DNP program at UL Lafayette.
BSN to DNP Curriculum
This option is designed for students who plan to attend the University full time to earn their DNP. In the BSN to DNP curriculum, you take at least 6 credit hours of courses each semester, plus required clinical hours. Those clinical hours must be completed in Louisiana.
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