The Leadership DNP program prepares you to lead health care organizations in changing the delivery of care through innovation and evidence-based practice.
Aug. 1 deadline for fall admission
Dec. 1 deadline for spring admission
62 credits + 1,000 practicum hours
4-year study plans
At Rutgers School of Nursing, we prepare advanced practice nurses on leadership trajectories across settings to:
- Differentiate between different leadership skills and theories as they influence systems thinking and health care delivery;
- Translate evidence to support innovative solutions for complex organizational problems and opportunities;
- Evaluate quality and safety tenets at different levels ranging from individual to population;
- Build relationships and partnerships through effective communication; and
- Combine leadership skills, business acumen, and use of technology, human capital, quality and safety to design and implement programs.
Through our program, you will create healthful work environments and influence the quality and safety outcomes for your clients, community, and global health.
Meet the Specialty Director
Dr. Edna Cadmus is a Clinical Professor & Specialty Director, Nursing Leadership Program She is also the executive director of the New Jersey Collaborating Center for Nursing (NJCCN) and serves as co-lead for the New Jersey Action Coalition (NJAC)