Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)

About

Enroll today in our online, post-master’s Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program and take the next step in your career through this practice-based doctorate. The program is 33 months with an accelerated 22-month option available.

Our collaborative program brings together the highly respected aspects of programming at Goshen College and Eastern Mennonite University (Harrisonburg, Virginia).

What makes our program unique?

  • Online & Flexible:

    You will primarily work in your own timeframe (asynchronous course work) with some scheduled videoconference sessions to allow for direct interaction with classmates and faculty on both campuses, earning your degree from the institution you choose.

  • Values-based:

    Rooted in the Anabaptist-Mennonite tradition of service, peacemaking and community, this program prepares you to be a good steward of healthcare resources and lead within a dynamic healthcare system. This program emphasizes: intercultural competency, servant leadership and innovative problem-solving.

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Faculty

Ruth Stoltzfus

Professor of Nursing
Director of Graduate Program in Nursing
DNP Co-Director

Contact me with questions!

Melody Cash

Professor of Nursing and Department Chair
DNP Co-Director (Eastern Mennonite University)

Brenda Srof

Professor of Nursing and Department Chair

Ann Hershberger

Professor of Nursing (Eastern Mennonite University)

Laura Yoder

Associate Professor of Nursing (Eastern Mennonite University)

Don Tyson

Associate Professor of Nursing (Eastern Mennonite University)

Laura Wheeler

Associate Professor of Graduate Nursing

Jeanette Shown

Associate Professor of Computer Science and Information Technology