The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Program at Regis College prepares you to lead change in healthcare delivery by improving patient outcomes, influencing policy and shaping future generations of nurses. If you are an advanced practice nurse and are ready to take your career to the next level, the DNP program will provide you with the skills you need.
Upon graduating our DNP program you will have the skills needed to evaluate the theoretical foundations for nursing, synthesize evidence from research and theory to enhance delivery of quality health care, and generate knowledge through research and/or evidence-based practice to advance the nursing profession.
You can get your DNP at our Weston Campus with hybrid classes or through our fully online program.
At Regis College we offer seven DNP specializations to customize your experience to your area of interest:
Four scholarly project classes allow you to explore in-depth critical issues in healthcare and share your work with the healthcare community. Graduates of the Regis College Doctor of Nursing Practice Program are currently working at Good Samaritan Medical Center, Greater Lawrence Psychiatric Association, Fitchburg State University and many other locations.
I found the classes to be conducive to my schedule with the hybrid format. I was able to enhanced my teaching practice techniques as an educator and improved my own critical thinking strategies through Regis' DNP program. It is a challenging program, but provides and excellent learning experiences.