Radford University's School of Nursing offers a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program to prepare registered nurses with a bachelor's degree in nursing science (BSN), a master's degree (MS) in nursing for those without certification, or a master's degree in nursing science (MSN) for those certified in the concentrations that we offer.
Theory and research-based courses prepare our graduates to work in a variety of settings including:
- Community and population-based service
- Home care
- Hospice care
- Long-term care
- Administration and policy
The program culiminates in a residency tailor-made to the student's learning needs and career goals. The program is distance-based to promote maximum flexibility while maintaining quality student connections. Learn more about the Doctor of Nursing Practice program.
Master of Science in Nursing For an application or additional information call: (540)-831-7163; or http://www.radford.edu/grad