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MASTER OF SCIENCE IN NURSING (MSN) ADMISSION

 

Admission is open to qualified men and women of any race, color, religion, and national or ethnic origin. Graduate admission is processed through the School of Nursing. To be considered for admission, potential students must submit the following items:

Please read the School of Nursing application and instruction sheet carefully. Failure to complete every item and to follow each instruction may delay processing of the application. Contact the Graduate Advisor at the School of Nursing for any questions at bcopela1@ju.edu. It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure all requested documents are submitted in a timely manner and that the applicant’s file is complete.

   

DEADLINES: The School of Nursing application and all supporting documents must be received by the School of Nursing by the following deadlines:

 

  
Program
Application Period
Application Deadline
Classes start
FNP/ENP (ARNP)
January – April (yearly)
April 30th (yearly)
August (yearly)
Mayo Cohort
September 2013-December 2013
December 1, 2013
January, 2014
Flagler Cohort
April 2014 – July 2014
July 1, 2014
August 2014
Baptist Medical Center Cohort
August 2014 - November 2014
November 1, 2014
January, 2015
MSN/MBA
 
 
 
 
Open
April 15th (yearly)
May, (yearly)
 
Open
July 15th (yearly)
August (yearly)
 
Open
November 15th (yearly)
January (yearly)
DNP (Doctorate Program)
 
 
 
 
 
Open
April 15th (yearly)
May, (yearly)
 
Open
July 15th (yearly)
August (yearly)
 
Open
November 15th (yearly)
January (yearly)
 
 
*Please do not apply prior to the application period listed. Your application will not be processed. The ARNP programs only admit once a year for all concentrations.
 
Applicants will not be considered for admittance to the School of Nursing until all required information has been returned and the applicant’s file is complete. All correspondence relative to the School of Nursing should be addressed to:
 
Graduate Advisor
Jacksonville University School of Nursing
2800 University Boulevard North, Jacksonville, FL 32211-3394
 
Applicants should retain a copy of the application and all supporting materials since the School of Nursing will not return any of these materials. As part of the admission process applicants may be contacted to schedule an interview with the School of Nursing Admissions Committee.
 
Transfer Credit - Students accepted into the Nurse Educator, Leadership in Healthcare Systems, or joint MSN/MBA program may transfer a maximum of six (6) semester hours or 10-quarter hours of graduate academic credit from a comparable regionally accredited academic institution. Students accepted into the FNP or joint FNP/ENP program may transfer a maximum of nine (9) semester hours. The credit must be in courses similar in content and rigor to Jacksonville University’s MSN Program, and the grade must be at least a “B”. To be eligible for transfer credit, the student must submit a transcript and catalog description of the course to the advisor of the MSN Program. A letter requesting the transfer credit will be sent to the Registrar and placed in the student’s file.
 
Selection Process - Admission to the MSN program is selective and limited to those students who demonstrate potential for successfully completing the program. The decision is based on evaluation of the student’s undergraduate program and grades earned, GRE scores if overall GPA is below 3.0, work experience (if applicable), letters of recommendation, and personal interview.​​
 
For DNP application information click here. 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Application Instructions 2013-2014.pdfApplication Instructions 2013-2014.pdf

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