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Deadline To Apply for NMC’s Doctor of Nursing Program Is March 1

Published: Feb. 13, 2023
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Getting your doctor of nursing practice degree at Nebraska Methodist College (NMC) allows you to get a high-quality education from skilled faculty while balancing work and your personal life.

“NMC’s DNP program should be your first choice because we have expert faculty who care about you as a person and student, and encourage communication and community while you are in the program,” said Tara Whitmire, the college’s BSN-DNP director. “Our program prepares you to be an autonomous advanced practice nurse.”

A doctor of nursing practice allows you to study advanced nursing practices and build leadership skills. You can choose whether to become a family nurse practitioner, an adult gerontology clinical nurse specialist or adult gerontology clinical nurse practitioner, or to work in public health policy.

NMC’s nursing doctorate program offers five tracks:

Program highlights:

  • 100% online
  • Full- and part-time plans of study
  • Can be completed in 24 to 36 months
  • Program concludes with an evidence-based doctoral scholarly project

The deadline to apply to NMC’s doctor of nursing program is March 1.

Methodist Health System (MHS) offers the Tuition Assistance Program to eligible employees who attend NMC. You’ll receive up to $3,500 a year in tuition assistance if you’ve worked for MHS for at least six months at a minimum of 16 hours per week prior to the beginning of the semester.

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If you have questions, contact an admissions coordinator at (402) 354-7200 or @email.