- completing an Evening and Weekend Program Application
- providing official copies of transcripts from high school, colleges, and/or universities or nursing program
- providing a copy of current R.N. license
Students with English as a second language are expected to earn a TOEFL computer score of 250, or a paper-based score of 600 and an essay rating of 5.0, or an Internet-based examination of 100 total score (sub-scores of listening, reading, speaking, and writing). Individuals must have achieved a 3.2 or above grade point average in their non-nursing baccalaureate degree.
When accepted by the Admission Office, the student would need to successfully complete four courses at the undergraduate level:
- NUR 314 Health Assessment
- NUR 408 Nursing Research
- NUR 413 International Public Health Nursing
After successful completion of the above courses with a G.P.A. of 3.2 or above, the applicant would be able to make an application to the M.S.N. Program.
Students should be aware that the School of Nursing and Health Sciences undergraduate nursing grading system is different than that of the general University. Please refer to the School of Nursing and Health Sciences Undergraduate and Graduate Handbook for details.