The Doctor of Nursing Practice Family Nurse Practitioner (DNP FNP) program at Washington State University is an advanced degree program that provides nurses with the knowledge and skills to become leaders in the health care field. The three-year DNP curriculum emphasizes evidence-based practice and an interprofessional approach, equipping students with the necessary tools to improve patient outcomes. Through interdisciplinary coursework, clinical experiences, and research projects, students will gain a comprehensive understanding of evidence-based practice. Graduates from this program will be well prepared for careers as certified family nurse practitioners providing direct patient care or working in administration and policy roles. With a strong emphasis on professional development, graduates of this program are uniquely positioned to make a positive impact in their communities by providing high quality, patient-centered care.