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A.U. Schar Nursing College Starts Doctor Of Nursing Program

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  Original Published: 4/17/2014

Ashland University's Dwight Schar College of Nursing on Trimble Road in Mansfield is expanding its academic programming.

Starting in mid-June, the first 15 students will begin taking classes for the new Doctor of Nursing Practice degree program. It's for graduate students who have their Bachelor's and Master's degrees, and are already working as registered nurses, so most of the coursework will be done online.

The nursing shortage that has existed for years in this country continues, so graduates of the D.N.P. program will find plenty of opportunities. The program takes three years of full-time study with a part-time option.

To learn more about the Schar College of Nursing Doctor of Nursing Practice program, and to register for it, go to Ashland University's website, www.ashland.edu.

   
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