doctoral program in nursing

doctoral program in nursing

an educational program that offers preparation for a doctoral degree in the field of nursing designed to prepare nurses for advanced practice, academia, and research. On satisfactory completion of the course of study, the Ph.D. with a major in nursing, D.N.Sc. (Doctor of Nursing Science), or D.S.N. (Doctor of Science in Nursing) degree is awarded.
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Because the doctoral program in nursing education is housed within the University of Northern Colorado, which has a nationally designated Center of Excellence in Education (www.
In many cases, geographical access to a doctoral program in nursing is severely limited.
The first doctoral program in nursing in China was launched in 2004 through the collaboration of the nursing schools at Peking Union Medical College in Beijing and Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.
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