I'm looking into NP programs, and the eligibility requirements and am finding myself confused. While I was in school, an instructor has mentioned that in 2015, all APRNs will have to get a DNP in order to become certified. However, all of the research I am seeing is making it appear that this is not the case.
So, here's the question: does one require a DNP in order to be eligible for an APRN role? Or does a masters degree with appropriate certificates still suffice?
Also, resources would be appreciated!