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Are you interested in reaching your full potential and earning the field's highest academic degree, a credential earned by less than 1 percent of the population? Whether you are interested in a career in nursing leadership, education, policy or research, the Ph.D. in Nursing program at the University of Mississippi Medical Center is the right choice for you.
Established in 1997, this program is a collaborative Ph.D. program between the University of Mississippi Medical Center and the University of Southern Mississippi.
The Ph.D. in Nursing program is offered through the School of Graduate Studies in the Health Sciences in conjunction with the School of Nursing.
The Ph.D. in Nursing program offers opportunities for registered nurses, who hold a BSN degree and a graduate degree in nursing or a related field, to gain the complementary knowledge and experiences requisite for scholarly pursuits in nursing and health-related fields. The program is designed to develop nurse researchers to generate and translate knowledge toward improving the health or individuals, families, communities and populations through the conduct of biologic, physiologic or experiential client-centered health problems and developing the theoretical and experiential foundation necessary to initiate and coordinate clinical outcomes research.
Ph.D. students in the UMMC program select either the biological/physiology track or the human experiences in health care track. Dissertation research in the biological/physiology track involves basic science laboratory techniques and quantitative methods for design and analysis. Dissertation research in the human experiences in health care track involves studies of human population using qualitative and/or quantitative methods.
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