The PhD program in nursing is designed to prepare graduates for research and active scholarship in nursing that will extend the knowledge base of nursing and improve the delivery of health care for rural and other vulnerable populations. Graduates will be prepared to conduct research and develop theory related to these populations. Graduates of the program will also be able to design future practice models, direct the development of policy initiatives and effect meaningful change within healthcare delivery systems. The program includes:
Students are admitted to candidacy upon satisfactory completion of the following:
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|NURS 600. Advanced Quantitative Analysis||3|
|NURS 601. Theoretical and Conceptual Analysis of Nursing Science||3|
|NURS 640. Rural People and Communities in Metropolitan Society I||4|
NURS 690. Research Seminar I
|NURS 602. Conceptual Analysis for Investigation of Nursing Phenomena||3|
|NURS 691. Research Seminar II||2|
|NURS 603. Advanced Statistics: Multivariate||3|
|NURS 621. The Rural Imperative: Theoretical Analysis OR NURS 622||3|
|NURS 622. Vulnerable Population: Theoretical Framework OR NURS 621||3|
|NURS 604. Qualitative Methods for Nursing Research||3|
|NURS 623. Clinical Seminar in Rural Health: Health Promotion OR NURS 624||3|
|NURS 624. Clinical Semester Rural Health: Response to Illness OR NURS 623||3|
|NURS 633. Advanced Health Systems||3|
|NURS 692. Research Seminar III||2|
|NURS 607. Advanced Research Practicum||3|
|NURS 693. Research Seminar IV||2|
|NURS 634. Health Policy Formulation||3|
|NURS 660. Leadership in Nursing Education||3|
|NURS 661. Teaching Practicum (required if student has no teaching experience)||2|
Cognate course may be taken in any of the above semesters or while writing the dissertation.
|Remaining semesters . . . .||Credits|
|Exam - Comprehensive/Qualifying Examination||1|
|NURS 699. Dissertation - [Note: Students will register for 1 credit per semester until Dissertation is completed and defended.]||1|
|PROGRAM TOTAL CREDITS:
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Last Updated: 6/14/13