Admission Criteria for Graduate Nursing Program
Admission - Applicants are eligible for admission to the graduate nursing program if they have an undergraduate GPA of 3.00 or greater.
Denied Admission - Applicants who have less than a 3.0 undergraduate GPA will be denied admission to the graduate nursing program.
Applicants to the graduate nursing program must submit the following documentation in addition to that required by the university:
In addition to the information listed above, applicants to the post-master’s certificate program must submit:
Matriculating MSN students may transfer up to nine credits of graduate course work provided the courses were completed with a grade of "B" or better, and the credit was earned at an institution that is legally authorized to grant graduate degrees and is accredited by the NLN or CCNE. Decisions regarding transfer courses will be made by the Director of Graduate Nursing Programs following an individualized review of student transcripts and course syllabi. In order to be considered for transfer, courses may not be more than five years old.
Computer literacy is an expectation for all graduate nursing courses. E-mail accounts and Internet access are provided by the university.