These courses are offered on the Case Western Reserve University campus from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for three-to-six consecutive days, depending on the course. This format offers the same contact hours, depth of content, and learning opportunities as the standard format while allowing nurses to continue their education with few trips to campus.
Course syllabi are available approximately one month in advance so that required readings can be completed before the class begins. Major papers are due during the semester after the intensive class has ended. Specific due dates are set by course faculty. The courses below listed as "web-based" can be completed from a distance with limited on-campus time.
In the Post-MSN DNP program, NUND 611, 619, and 620 do not have scheduled sessions. They are arranged in collaboration with the advisor and, for NUND 611, with the preceptor.
The following DNP courses are offered on-line and follow the regular university semester schedule for Fall, Spring and Summer.n-line and follow the regular university semester schedule for Fall, Spring and Summer.
- NUND 450 (3 credits): Applied Statistics
- NUND 510 (1 credit): Informatics
- NUND 610 (3 credits): Translating Evidence into Nursing Practice
Students enrolling for intensive course(s) can register NO LATER THAN 9 a.m. the first day of class. Depending on your academic program, there may be special requirements before you arrive to start classes. Visit our Newly Admitted Students pages and consult with your advisor for more information.
- DNP Intensive Learning Courses
- MSN Intensive Learning Courses
- Grad Entry Intensive Learning Courses
NO REFUNDS AFTER 1 PM ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS.
Students are responsible for their own expenses associated with transportation, lodging, and meals for the courses taught on campus as five, eight-hour day intensive classes.
Some local hotels have offered Nursing Intensive rates; please ask your chosen hotel to see if these rates are available.
The schedule(s) found in the accordion sections below are tentatively scheduled and subject to change. Fall 2021 Intensive Courses are expected to be delivered in-person unless noted. (Updated July 21, 2021)
|August Intensive||Fall||January Intensive||Spring||May Intensive|
|NURS 431||NURS 451|
|NURS 425||NURS 502 (full semester)|
NUNP 410 (full semester)
NURS 502 (full semester)
|NUNP 410 (full semester)|
|NURS 444B*||NURS 502* (full semester)|
*Nurse Anesthesia Section
|NURS 451||Sunday, 1/2 - Thursday, 1/6||9 a.m. - 5 p.m.||C. Harmon Still|
|NURS 444B||Monday, 1/15 - Tuesday, 1/16||9 a.m. - 5 p.m.||M. Grosh|
|NURS 405||Monday, 1/3 - Thursday, 1/6||9 a.m. - 5 p.m.||V. Toly|
|NURS 425||Monday, 1/3 - Saturday, 1/8||9 a.m. - 5 p.m.||C. Hsiao|
|NURS 431||Friday, 1/7 (Full Semester)||9 a.m. - 5 p.m.||E. Juratovac|
|NUNP 410||Saturday, 1/8 (Full Semester)||9 a.m. - 1 p.m.||C. Carnish|
|NURS 444C||Saturday, 3/5 - Sunday, 3/6||9 a.m. - 5 p.m.||E. Duffy|
DNP and PhD Intensive Course Schedule, 2020-2021
The schedule(s) found in the accordion sections below are tentatively scheduled and subject to change. Fall 2021 Intensive Courses are expected to be delivered in-person unless noted. (Updated May 7, 2021)
(Dates are tentative and subject to change; updated 7/21/2021)
|Date||Course No.||Course Name|
|8/10-14/2021||NUND 504||Theories for Nursing Practice and Scholarship|
|8/10-14/2021||NUND 541 #1||Practice Focused Inquiry II|
|8/10-14/2021||NUND 541 #2||Practice Focused Inquiry II|
|8/20-22/2021 and 9/11-12/2021||NUND 506 #1||Leadership in Organizations and Systems|
|8/20-22/2021 and 9/11-12/2021||NUND 506 #2||Leadership in Organizations and Systems|
|8/16-20/2021||NUND 508||Health Policy Development Implementation|
|8/16-19/2021||NUND 607||Advanced Leadership and Management in Healthcare|
(NUND 450, 510 and 610 are Online Courses. Updated 5/7/2021)
|Date||Course No.||Course Name|
|8/23-12/17/2021||NUND 450||Applied Statistics|
|8/23-12/17/2021||NUND 510||Application of Health Information Technology & Systems|
|8/23-12/17/2021||NUND 610||Translating Evidence into Nursing Practice|
|8/23-12/17/2021||NUND 615||Teaching Practicum|