About Lindsey Wilson College
Lindsey Wilson College was founded in 1903 as Lindsey Wilson Training School by the Louisville Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. While historically the College's focus has been to serve the citizens of South Central Kentucky, Lindsey Wilson serves a diverse group of students. The 2020-2021 enrollment included more than 2,700 undergraduate and graduate students and more than 1,100 residential students with the student body representing 106 of Kentucky's 120 counties, 34 U.S. states and territories, and 35 foreign countries.
Students outside of Kentucky
Students in an online program who are not residents of Kentucky will need to check with their state's board of nursing to verify that the board of nursing accepts out of state post-licensure programs not approved in their state.
The Doctor of Nursing Practice degree is an advanced degree for nurses seeking a terminal nursing professional degree building on the BSN degree.
The DNP program is designed for nurses seeking advanced roles in nursing practice and who are demonstrating interest in healthcare or nurse executive leadership. The curriculum includes courses in research and evidence-based practice, organizational leadership, quality improvement, cultural diversity, clinical informatics, epidemiology, health care economics and financing, and global health policy.
The Doctor of Nursing Practice degree is designed specifically for the working nurse. The curriculum is delivered in an online, asynchronous format. Lindsey Online offers many academic support programs and services to students to meet course objectives and achieve academic success.
What can you do with a doctor of nursing practice degree?
The Doctor of Nursing Practice degree focuses on executive leadership, preparing nurses for the highest level of nursing leadership practice. This degree is designed to enhance nurse executive skills by strengthening practice and health care delivery and will further establish the nurse leader in improving nursing practice and patient outcomes. The typical candidates will become change agents in evidenced-based practice, health policy, public health, and healthcare executive leadership advocating for the highest quality health care.