Curriculum & Matriculation (Before Fall 2018)

For Currently Enrolled Students Who Matriculated Before the Fall 2014 Semester

Students who enrolled prior to Fall 2014 may consult the edition of the Bulletin of the Duke University School of Nursing from their semester of entry to view curriculum requirements for their program of study.

For Students Matriculating in the Fall 2014 Semester or Later

Use the bulleted list below to navigate to the curriculum requirements and sample matriculation plan for each major. Sample matriculation plans are available for each admission term, enrollment mode (full time or part time) and program type if applicable (degree, degree with specialty or certificate).

APRN Majors

Specialties for APRN Majors/Certificates (PDF)

  • Cardiology

  • Endocrinology

  • HIV/AIDS

  • Oncology

  • Orthopedics

Systems Majors

Adult-Gero NP Acute Care

MSN Curriculum Requirements AGNP Acute Care (PDF)
 

Adult-Gero NP Primary Care

MSN Curriculum Requirements AGNP Primary Care (PDF)
 

Family NP
MSN Curriculum Requirements FNP (PDF)
 

Neonatal NP
MSN Curriculum Requirements - Neonatal NP (PDF)
 

Nursing and Health Care Leadership
MSN Curriculum Requirements Nursing Health Care Leadership (PDF)
 

Nursing Education
MSN Curriculum Requirements - Nursing Education (PDF)
 

Nursing Informatics
MSN Curriculum Requirements - Nursing Informatics (PDF)
 

Pediatric NP Acute Care
MSN Curriculum Requirements - PNP Acute Care (PDF)
 

Pediatric NP Primary Care
MSN Curriculum Requirements - PNP Primary Care (PDF)
 

Women's Health NP
MSN Curriculum Requirements Women's Health NP (PDF)

Embracing Diversity For An Engaged Community

Embracing diversity is a crucial component for engaging with students, faculty, and the world. We think of it as diversity with a global perspective. Creating a learning climate where creativity, robust yet respectful debate, and a genuine respect for others can flourish. Fostering international research collaborations, developing global health initiatives, and coordinating access to health care for under-served populations. Educating next-generation nurses for leadership and service in the global community.

Diversity with a global perspective assures a warm welcome—not mere tolerance—for differences in national origin, race, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.

We provide a safe haven where diversity can spawn intellectual engagement and collaborative partnerships.

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