Below you'll find a list of all of the Doctor of Nursing Practice programs available in Maine.
Full List of Programs
University of Southern Maine
The University of Southern Maine offers a post-master's DNP program for RNs with an MSN degree (nursing management or administration, clinical nurse leader, etc.) and national certification in an APN specialty (nurse practitioner, clinical nurse specialist, nurse midwife, and nurse anesthetist). Full-time students can expect to complete the program in five semesters. A part-time plan of study can take up to seven semesters. The curriculum includes coursework in the following topics: Ethical Approaches to Practice Dilemmas, Models of Care: Transforming the Practice Environment, and Genetics and Immunology. Full-time DNP students can apply for graduate assistantships that are available to outstanding incoming or returning doctoral students. Graduate assistantships typically include both a stipend and tuition waiver; however, some assistantships only award a stipend.
MSN required for: