The application deadline for the Fall Term is June 30.
The Department of Nursing and Public Health prepares nurses for professional practice and leadership to meet the needs of a diverse society.
Admission Materials Checklist
The following admission requirements are based on students entering with a minimum of 250 MSN clinical hours:
- Master’s degree in nursing from an accredited institution with a GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.
- Official transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended.
- Active license and employment as a registered nurse.
- Recommendations from three people who can attest to the applicant’s professional nursing performance in both formal and informal leadership.
- Current resume documenting work history including levels of responsibility, areas of professional growth, and prior professional educational experiences.
- Interview with Graduate Program Director or designee.
- Submission of a written statement including the following:
- Identification of a relevant problem/issue that aligns with the Department of Nursing’s mission to meet the needs of a diverse society
- Describe the evidence-based and interprofessional change that the problem/issue involves
- Describe what level the change impacts (system, organization, regional or national level)
- Identification of potential preceptor/facilitator
- Official documentation of practice hours completed in MSN/M.S. courses.
Students graduating from our MSN or MENP programs qualify for an Accelerated Priority Admission to the DNP program.
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