Welcome to the Doctor of Nursing (DNP) page. On this page, you will find the resources you need to complete the DNP doctoral project.
Welcome to the DNP Project Website, your one-stop shop for all your DNP Project resources. Below is a step-by-step guide to completing your project, including links to the resources you’ll need along the way. The project process is collaborative and iterative, and we recommend reviewing the steps below when you begin the DNP program. Bookmark this page as well, so you can refer back to it often.
Step-by-Step Process to Completing your DNP Project
Step 1: Review DNP Project Process Guide and DNP Practicum Manual before starting your first course
Step 2: Start NURS 8110: Scientific Foundations for Nursing
Step 3: Nominate Chair in Week 6 of NURS 8110
Step 4: Review the DNP Project Prospectus Guide, Rubric, & Template
Step 5: Register and work in your NURS 8700 or NURS 8701: DNP Project Mentoring classroom
Step 7: After prospectus approval, repeat steps 5 and 6 to complete your proposal.
Step 8: Prepare for and present your Oral Defense of your proposal
Step 9: Once the chair has approved your oral proposal defense you will receive an e-mail to upload your DNP Proposal for committee review in Taskstream.
You will also receive an emailed set of “next steps” from IRB within 10 business days.
Complete and return the Online Form A as directed by the IRB
To prevent delays, please copy your chair on all correspondence with IRB.
Step 10: Conduct study or project and collect data.
Step 11: Complete sections 4 and 5 with your chair’s feedback.
Step 12: After your final paper is approved by your committee, complete the Form & Style process.
Step 14: Once the committee has approved your final oral presentation you will receive an e-mail to upload your final DNP Project Paper to Taskstream. Submit the final project final paper to Taskstream for committee review.