Find an accredited DNP in Vermont! We have details on all the tracks offered by UVT. If you’d like to expand your shortlist, you may also want to consider online or hybrid programs in neighboring states. Try our guides to DNP Programs in Massachusetts, DNP Programs in New Hampshire, and DNP Programs in New York.
Below you'll find a list of all of the Doctor of Nursing Practice programs available in Vermont.
Full list of Vermont DNP Programs
University of Vermont
BSN to DNP - Primary Care Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner[BSN to DNP option]
BSN to DNP - Primary Care Family Nurse Practitioner[BSN to DNP option]
Postgraduate DNP - Executive Nurse Leader[MSN required]
Postgraduate DNP - Nurse Practitioner[MSN required]
Vermont's DNP program has separate tracks for nurses with BSNs and MSNs. Post-bachelor's enrollees choose between the Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner and Family Nurse Practitioner tracks. Both focus on primary care and take around three and a half years to complete. That includes 800 to 870 clinical hours at locations around the state paired with 240 project-related practicum hours. Classes are scheduled on the Burlington campus, though some courses are online. Enrollees with an MSN choose between postgraduate DNP tracks in Nurse Practitioner and Executive Nurse Leader. Those who attend full-time can finish in under two years. The two tracks share coursework in genomics, population-based health, healthcare finance, and systems leadership.