12: School of Graduate Nursing

General Information | M.S. in Nursing | Post Master's Programs
Ph.D. in Nursing | Course Descriptions | Faculty

Admission | Grades | Adult Health Program | Community Health Program
Psychiatric-Mental Health Program | Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Program
Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Program


Applicants must:
  1. Have completed a masterís degree in nursing from an NLN-accredited school of nursing;
  2. Be licensed as a registered nurse;
  3. Submit three satisfactory academic/professional recommendations;
  4. Submit a clear statement of educational and professional goals;
  5. Submit validation of basic health assessment skills;
  6. Be available for an interview if requested.

Applications for admission may be obtained from the School of Nursing Office of Student Affairs. In addition to the application form, the applicant must: (1) request that official transcripts of academic work be forwarded to the School of Nursing Office of Student Affairs, and (2) obtain three statements of recommendation from persons who can speak directly to the studentís ability to pursue post-graduate study. The statements of recommendation are to be sent by the writers of the recommendations to the Office of Student Affairs, School of Nursing.

The completed application and application fee must be postmarked no later than March 1 for May enrollment. Beginning in 1999, the application deadline will be February 1.

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