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PhD in Nursing Curriculum

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Post-Master's Option

NRSG 7700 The Science of Nursing
NRSG 7750 Health Care of Urban Populations
NRSG 7782 Multiple Regression Analysis in Health Sciences
NRSG 7706 Design and Methods for Clinical Nursing Research
NRSG 7712 Quantitative Research Methods
NRSG 7715 Measurement in Clinical Research
NRSG 7709 Qualitative Research Methods
LPSC 7305 Research and Statistical Methods
NRSG 7781 Statistics Lab
- 2 Electives
NRSG 9845, 9846 - 2 Dissertation Seminars
NRSG 9990 Dissertation

Total semester hours required: 49

Post-Baccalaureate Option

NRSG 5121 Epidemiology and Population Health
NRSG 5126 Pathophysiology for Advanced Practice
NRSG 5116 Pharmacology
- Clinical Cognates
NRSG 7700 The Science of Nursing
NRSG 7750 Health Care of Urban Populations
NRSG 7782 Multiple Regression Analysis in Health Sciences
NRSG 7706 Design and Methods for Clinical Nursing Research
NRSG 7712 Quantitative Research Methods
NRSG 7715 Measurement in Clinical Research
NRSG 7709 Qualitative Research Methods
LPSC 7305 Research and statistical methods
NRSG 7781 Statistics Lab
- 3 Electives
NRSG 9845, 9846 - 2 Dissertation Seminars
NRSG 9990 Dissertation

Total semester hours required: 69


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Contact Info

Tom Olson, PhD, RN, PMHCNS-BC, Interim Dean
102 Robinson Hall
Tel: 617.373.3649
Fax: 617-373-8675