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Melissa Smith
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Keegan Hunzeker
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Admissions requirements

Healthcare Administration, Healthcare Quality Management and Nursing Education

  • Completed any Master-level degree for Healthcare Administration and Healthcare Quality Certificates
  • Minimum graduate 3.0 GPA
  • Official transcript from the college or university granting your graduate degree

Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner MSN

  • Successful completion of a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree (as documented by transcripts)
  • Minimum 3.0 GPA (on 0-4 scale) in BSN program (as documented by official transcripts)
  • An active, unencumbered Registered Professional Nurse license in U.S. (in the state in which practicums will be completed)
  • Minimum of one-year RN experience
  • Satisfactory completion of an undergraduate statistics course (grade of C or better);
  • Official transcripts from all post-secondary educational instructions
  • Current Resume
  • Submit two references*
  • Interview with the MSN committee

*must either be two recommendations from professional colleagues or one recommendation from a professional colleague and one recommendation from an educator.

To participate successfully in courses in the various MNU programs, (and particularly for all online courses and programs) all students must have individual access to a personal computer of one of the following types. It is recommended that your system be no more than three years old.:

    • Microsoft Windows (PC):
      Windows personal computer (desktop OK, laptop recommended), with the Windows 7 or newer Windows operating system, or a Windows 8.x or Windows 10 tablet computer (e.g., Microsoft Surface) or newer.
      NOTE: Windows Smartphones are NOT sufficient technologies by themselves. 
    • Apple:
      Mac (desktop OK, laptop recommended), with the Mac OS 10.5 (Leopard) or newer Mac operating system
      NOTE: Apple tablets (e.g., iPads) and Apple smartphones (e.g., iPhones) may be handy to have for some courses and activities, but they are NOT sufficient technology by themselves. 
    • Others:
      No other devices are supported or recommended for MNU online courses and programs
      Android devices (tablets and smartphones) WILL NOT work for some critical functions.
      Chromebooks and other Netbook computers MAY NOT work for some features and functions, and therefore are not recommended. 
    • Recommended Extras:
      Webcam, for creating presentations for assignments Multimedia headset (microphone and headphones) for creating presentations for assignments and for participating in online real-time conferences.