* The Atlanta and Orlando Learning Sites are designed to provide students with the benefits of a South University
experience at a convenient location. Not all programs are offered at our Learning Sites.
The objectives of the South University College of Nursing DNP program are to prepare nurses who, using leadership and collaboration, will:
Provide the highest level of nursing practice through integration of advanced competencies in leadership, ethics and the practice sciences, including biophysical, psychosocial, analytical, organizational, and public health sciences.
Demonstrate organizational and care systems leadership for quality and safety.
Use contemporary healthcare science to address and resolve complex healthcare problems and disparities.
Evaluate scientific findings for clinical applicability and potential to affect transformative care.
Integrate information technology and informatics to provide scalable solutions for real-world systems problems.
Use strategies of risk reduction/illness prevention, health promotion, and health maintenance to improve the care of individuals, families, and populations.
Partner in the generation of healthcare policy to shape financing, regulation, access, and delivery of health services.