D.N.P. education at Illinois State University's Mennonite College of Nursing is a part-time, online, post-master's 34 credit hour program designed to ensure that you will have the skills, knowledge, and competencies to meet the challenges of the 21st century. These include advanced development in evidence-based practice, organizational and systems leadership, health informatics, and quality and safety improvement science.
Skilled doctorally prepared faculty attentive to individual student needs guide you through the program, in a college highly regarded for the strength of our academic programs, at a university that values access to high quality education at a reasonable cost.
What will a D.N.P. degree do for your career?
Become a skilled clinical and/or administrative leaders in healthcare systems
Serve as an educator in a variety of settings
Increase your career mobility and marketability
Why choose Illinois State University Mennonite College of Nursing?
D.N.P. courses are offered online to allow working nurses the opportunity to complete their degree with a flexible schedule• U.S. News and World Report ranks Illinois State University in the Top 100 Public Colleges
Illinois State University is listed in the Top 50 Best Bang for the Buck Colleges - Washington Monthly
More than 95 years of delivering high quality nursing education