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Doctor of Nursing Practice
Brandman University's DNP programs take an innovative, technology-enriched approach, developing nursing experts that base decisions on the best evidence available, providing patient-centered care. There are multiple degree specializations and pathways to choose from.
BSN to DNP programs are delivered using a blend of multi-day immersion sessions at the Irvine, CA campus; internships/clinical practice in hospitals, clinics and health centers near your home or work; and online lectures, demonstrations and exercises.
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Student Success is Our #1 Goal
Brandman offers one of the highest graduation rates of any university of its kind, and 9 out of 10 of our students would recommend it to their friends.
Brandman’s faculty members are professionals currently working in their fields. Receive relevant, real-world instruction that can be applied directly to your workplace.
From application to graduation, Brandman’s staff is focused on your success. Each service group is dedicated to assisting students at different stages of their academic careers.
Brandman is a private, nonprofit university which means that we’re all about you. We exist to provide affordable access to higher education through quality academic programs.
Flexible Ways to Learn
Designed for the busy working adult, we pride ourselves on providing flexible learning online, on-campus, and self-paced formats that will work around your schedule.
Both the faculty and staff members have been very supportive in every way, manifesting their core values in action. Students are accorded the same respect and dignity regardless of their cultural background, color, gender or religion.
It was a big sacrifice with two daughters in college and it takes persistence and patience. Brandman is very supportive of students. They push their students in the right direction and motivate them. It was a positive experience and coming from a family of nurses, that’s saying a lot.
...it was always my goal to become a Nurse Practitioner. I wanted to mentor other nurses who were new to the profession and share my experiences with them.