Published Mar 1
Trying to choose between a generalized DNP practice or DNP specialized in Educational Leadership? Does it really make a difference? (I have my MSN in Education)--- currently working in Pulmonary and considering Aesthetics field...
Program will be funded by employer and choices would be:
Post Sentinel: DNP in educational leadership
GraND Canyon: generalized DNP
Colorado Tech: generalized DNP
Does one open "more doors and opportunities" than the other?
Nurse Alexa, MSN, RN
I would do the generalized DNP if you are not certain about education. If you're looking into the aesthetics field - there's dermatology courses you can take which I am sure educational DNPs will not be taking
Hope this helps 🙂
Althea McLeish, MSN, RN
I am doing a generalized DNP with Aspen University and I think it's a good base.
From my understanding, all DNP programs must incorporate the 8 DNP essentials to be an accredited program.
You can always specialize later.
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