Fall - March 25
(All applicants will receive a decision by April 25)
All supporting documents (e.g. official transcripts, recommendations, personal statement, etc.) can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Department of Nursing offers programs in Adult-Gerontological Health Nursing leading to a Master of Science (MS), Doctorate in Nurse Practice, and Post-Master's Advanced Certificate . The degree programs have two options: Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) and Nurse Practitioner (NP). Students in the two degree programs take many of the same courses but focus their course assignments, competency development and clinical hours on the role of choice— as clinical nurse specialists to work with the adult and gerontological populations within the spheres of direct care, nursing personnel, and organizations/networks or as primary care nurse practitioners to work with the adult and gerontological populations to promote health, prevent disease, and manage the care of individuals, their families, and communities.