The School of Nursing at Oakland University offers a DNP Program that builds upon the university’s long tradition of civic engagement and reform-oriented advocacy. The DNP program provides students with a holistic perspective that enables them to exercise high-impact, results-based health care leadership. The completion of a DNP Final Project is required for graduation; it demonstrates synthesis of the course work and lays the foundation for future scholarship. The Doctor of Nursing Practice Project Handbook provides more specific information and policies related to the project.

Beginning in 2021, the DNP Final Projects are collected here and made publicly available.