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The Master of Science (M.S.) degree program in nursing provides graduates with the ability to integrate advanced knowledge from nursing into specialized areas of advanced practice (clinical nurse specialist, family nurse practitioner, adult-gerontology nurse practitioner, nurse administrator and nurse educator). M.S. students develop critical thinking skills, enhance their knowledge base and hone skills learned in their undergraduate programs through simulation, clinical rotations in primary care facilities and lecture content.
Many M.S. students get the opportunity to participate in an international learning experience. The nursing program offers students the opportunity every year in March to participate in a medical trip to central or South America. This international learning
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Baccalaureate Degree in nursing from an accredited nursing program. Cumulative (all college credits) and/or Undergraduate Nursing GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Official transcripts from all previous programs.
Three letters of recommendation from masters or doctorally prepared individuals (supervisors, MDs, NPs, etc). Prefer one from a nursing faculty from your undergraduate program, one from a supervisor, and one from a health care professional who is familiar with your clinical skills.
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