Whats the difference between MSN and DNP?
A DNP degree generally takes a longer time to complete compared to a MSN degree. Aside from that, what would be the difference in job duties between these two degrees? Would a person who has a DNP degree get to experience more than the one who has a MSN degree?
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The main differences between an MSN and DNP degree would be your focus area; most MSN programs are listed for Education, Patient Care, Nursing Administration, etc. DNP can focus on your area of study, such as Pediatric DNP, Geriatric DNP, Critical Care/Acute Care, etc, and is a longer program with more clinical hours. Both of these degrees are good choices, and you will be a success with either one! Good luck to you!