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Minnesota State University, Mankato
Minnesota State University, Mankato

Program Outcomes

Page address: http://ahn.mnsu.edu/nursing/graduate/outcomes.html

School of Nursing Graduate Programs

Outcomes

Students admitted into the BSN to DNP Family Nurse Practitioner program may choose to progress through the curriculum and obtain the DNP degree in five or six years, or step out after three years with an MSN degree which currently qualifies one to sit for the certification exam.

Graduates of the BSN to Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree will be able to:

  • Evaluate scientific underpinnings that contribute to translation of nursing research to improve practice.
  • Evaluate nursing actions that influence health care outcomes for individuals, families, and populations.
  • Use knowledge gained through evaluation of nursing actions that influence health outcomes to improve care delivery, patient outcomes, and systems management.
  • Evaluate and apply evidence pertaining to direct care of patients and management of care for individuals, families, systems, and populations.
  • Translate evidence gained through evaluation of direct care of patients and management of care for individuals, families, systems, and populations to improve practice and implement health policy.
For Further Information, Contact:
College of Graduate Studies and Research
Minnesota State University, Mankato
115 Alumni Foundation Center
Mankato, MN 56001
Phone: 507-389-2321 (V)
Toll Free: 800-722-0544 (MRS/TYY)
Fax: 507-389-5974
Email: U.S. inquiries at gradintl@mnsu.edu
For the MS, MSN and DNP Graduate Program Coordinator, Contact:
Patricia Young
Phone: 952-818-8884 (V)
Email: patricia.young@mnsu.edu
Kim Fortin
Phone: 952-818-8884 (V)
Email:kimberly.fortin@mnsu.edu