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TESU is the recipient of the HRSA Nurse Faculty Loan program for the 2023-2024 academic year
The NFLP grant pays for tuition and books for students with their MS(N) taking DNP along with Nursing Education Certification Courses.
The NFLP eligibility is:
The NFLP recipients will be advised and sign a promissory note.
The NFLP grant funds are forgiven at 85% when graduates teach/precept/mentor/educator full-time for 4 academic years in program of nursing or in the clinical area.
For questions, please email Dr. Ruth Wittmann-Price at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) is an online doctoral degree program with a specialty area in Systems-Level Leadership that can be completed in 18 months. To complete the program in 18 months, students enroll in two 3-credit courses each term for six consecutive terms. A second option allows students to enroll in one 3-credit course each term and complete the program in 36 months. The program prepares students to lead healthcare organizations.
The 36-credit program focuses on the improvement of evidence-based outcomes using theoretical knowledge and systems-level initiatives to advance nurses to the highest level of nursing practice. The program prepares nurse leaders with competencies in advanced nursing practice, organizational leadership, economics and finance, healthcare policy and technology.
Total Credits: 36
Total Credits: 36
You are invited to speak with Dr. Madeline Gervase, Associate Dean of Graduate Programs, concerning the Doctor of Nursing Practice degree program.
About the DNP Program
Estimated Cost of Degree:
Courses Entirely Online
Up to 9 doctoral level credits
Degree Program Profile Sheet
Download our degree program profile sheet for an overview of our DNP program.
The baccalaureate degree program in nursing, master’s degree program in nursing, and doctor of nursing practice program at Thomas Edison State University are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street, NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001, 202-887-6791.