Johns Hopkins Dnp Acceptance Rate

Last Updated on December 13, 2022 by

Johns Hopkins School Of Nursing Acceptance Rate

  • 1,159 Applied
  • 656 Accepted
  • 404 Enrolled
  • Acceptance Rate: 57%

Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing offers four programs that qualify graduates to start careers in nursing. The programs are:Bachelor’s of Science Nursing Degree

Bachelor’s of Science Nursing Degree

Students have the choice of either a summer-entry or fall entry accelerated program. The 13 month summer entry program is provided to students who have already earned a bachelor’s in another field of study and who are interested in earning one in nursing. Students start out in May of each year, and learn at an accelerated pace until July of the following year, which is when they graduate.

Master of Science Nursing Degree

This program prepares students for advanced nursing practice and nursing leadership. Students have the option of an accelerated BS-to-MSN program that comes with a paid clinical residency. Open to students with a BS in another field, this program puts the student on a fast track to their BS in nursing followed by their RN license and paid residency at a Johns Hopkins partner hospital. After the residency, they will be employed at the hospital full-time while pursing their MSN.

Online Master’s Tracks

Three of the school’s master’s tracks are available online. Students are provided with online access to all of the lecture materials for these graduate level nursing classes and can view them at their convenience. The online programs are:

Clinical Nurse Specialist

This program is for RNs who want to expand their career opportunities and areas of expertise to include skills such as direct patient care delivery and the organization of services.

Health Systems Management

This master’s program prepares students for leadership positions where they will have opportunities to improve the level of care offered by their institution. They will learn to manage and evaluate healthcare delivery systems.

Clinical Nurse Specialist / Health Systems Management

This combination of the other two tracks provides graduates with the full array of skills needed for leadership and management positions in today’s healthcare landscape.

Additionally, the School of Nursing also offers a Nurse Educator Certificate program and an Applied Health Informatics Program Online.

BS to MSN Program

This is for students with bachelor’s degrees in other fields and takes as long to complete as getting a master’s only. Students get 11 master’s options to choose from and can take time off between programs to get practical experience on the job.

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Doctoral Programs

At the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, there are two options for doctoral degrees, they are:

Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)

The Johns Hopkins DNP program prepares students for leadership at the highest levels by training them to address problems in real time. They will learn to apply clinical learning and strategies for health promotion and illness prevention.

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Students entering the PhD program are prepared for a career in nursing research with the help of a world-renowned faculty and state-of-the-art facilities. They will be taught how to lead in the field of nursing and will be able to serve as educators and researchers advancing the nursing field.

Johns Hopkins Dnp Tuition

Listed below are the estimated costs (USD) for each program. Indirect expenses are estimates based on average costs. Actual costs may vary. For planning purposes, a 2 – 3% increase should be anticipated each year.

Tuition for the upcoming semester must be paid one month before the first day of classes for incoming pre-licensure, master’s, and doctoral students. Special students must pay at time of registration. MasterCard, Visa, and Discover Card are accepted. Alternate payment plans may only be arranged 30 days prior to the start of the semester. A $40-per-semester charge will be assessed for this service.

Pre-licensure Program Master of Science in Nursing (MSN): Entry into Nursing
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN NURSING (MSN): ENTRY INTO NURSING (SEPTEMBER 2021 – AUGUST 2022)
BILLED EXPENSES:
$70,794

ESTIMATED OTHER EXPENSES
$32,839
For a detailed itemized list of all expenses review the Cost of Attendandance sheet for New Entry Into Nursing students.

Master’s Programs
MASTER’S TUITION RATES (2021-2022 ACADEMIC YEAR)
MSN – HEALTHCARE ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP (SEPTEMBER 2021-AUGUST 2022)
BILLED EXPENSES:
$58,048

ESTIMATED OTHER EXPENSES
$32,323
For a detailed itemized list of total expenses review the Cost of Attendandance sheet for Healthcare Organizational Leadership students.

MSN/MBA PROGRAM (SEPTEMBER 2021-AUGUST 2022)
BILLED EXPENSES:
$63,418

ESTIMATED OTHER EXPENSES
$32,323
For a detailed itemized list of total expenses review the Cost of Attendandance sheet for Healthcare Organizational Leadership/MBA students.

Doctoral Programs
DOCTORAL TUITION RATES (2021-22 ACADEMIC YEAR)
PHD PROGRAM (SEPTEMBER 2021-MAY 2022)
BILLED EXPENSES:
$48,132

ESTIMATED OTHER EXPENSES
$23,965
For a detailed itemized list of total expenses review the Cost of Attendandance sheet for PhD students.

DNP/PHD PROGRAM (MAY 2021-MAY 2022)
BILLED EXPENSES:
$56,466

ESTIMATED OTHER EXPENSES
$32,323
For a detailed itemized list of total expenses review the Cost of Attendandance sheet for DNP/PhD students.

DNP ADVANCED PRACTICE PROGRAM (SEPTEMBER 2021-AUGUST 2022)
BILLED EXPENSES:
$56,340

ESTIMATED OTHER EXPENSES
$32,323
For a detailed itemized list of total expenses review the Cost of Attendandance sheet for DNP Advance Practice students.

DNP EXECUTIVE PRACTICE PROGRAM (MAY 2021-MAY 2022)
BILLED EXPENSES:
$44,605

ESTIMATED OTHER EXPENSES
$32,323
For a detailed itemized list of total expenses review the Cost of Attendandance sheet for DNP Executive Practice students.

DNP/MBA PROGRAM (MAY 2021-MAY 2022)
BILLED EXPENSES:
$37,265

ESTIMATED OTHER EXPENSES
$32,323
For a detailed itemized list of total expenses review the Cost of Attendandance sheet for DNP/MBA students.

DNP/MPH PROGRAM (MAY 2021-MAY 2022)
BILLED EXPENSES:
$43,601

ESTIMATED OTHER EXPENSES
$32,323
For a detailed itemized list of total expenses review the Cost of Attendandance sheet for DNP/MPH students.

Prerequisites
3-CREDIT COURSES
$1050 per course

Biostatistics (NR.110.202)
Human Growth and Development Through the Lifespan (NR.110.201)
Nutrition (NR.110.200)
4-CREDIT COURSES
$1400 per course

Anatomy with Lab (NR.110.204)
Microbiology with Lab (NR.110.203)
Physiology with Lab (NR.110.205)
Payment should be made at the time of registration through credit card or check. Contact the Student Accounts Office at 410-955-1243 to make arrangements for payment.

The prerequisite programs at the School of Nursing are not eligible for federal student aid. Students typically fund their credits via personal resources or private loans.

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