Become a leader.
UToledo’s flexible, convenient online D.N.P. program prepares you for the highest level of nursing practice.
The University of Toledo's doctor of nursing practice (D.N.P.) program prepares students for the highest level of nursing practice. The program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).
The M.S.N.-to-D.N.P. track is entirely online. Students can choose one of two options:
UToledo's focus is on interprofessional collaboration in complex health-care environments.
The online D.N.P. program is for those who already have a master’s degree in nursing. If you don’t have an M.S.N. and want to become a nurse practitioner, consider our on-campus M.S.N. and B.S.N.-to-D.N.P. tracks.
Online flexibility. Enroll full time or part time. UToledo nursing classes are offered in an asynchronous format - access content on your own time.
Research and scholarship.
Alumni mentors. UToledo nursing alumni frequently volunteer to act as practice mentors for our current students.
Graduates of our online M.S.N.-to-D.N.P. track become leaders in primary and acute-care settings. They lead quality initiatives and impact health-care policies.
Our alumni have worked as:
D.N.P. students must complete an evidenced-based practice project that addresses a contemporary health-care need. They are mentored by UToledo College of Nursing faculty and community members.
Our experienced faculty has received awards in leadership, health promotion, management of chronic health conditions and more.
They have a broad range of clinical expertise and scholarly interests, including:
D.N.P. are required to conduct evidence-based practice projects about contemporary healthcare needs. M.S.N. students complete capstone projects. Past D.N.P. projects include: