The College of Nursing and Health Sciences (CNHS) offers three advanced degrees, an accelerated Master's Entry Program in Nursing (MEPN) and a Post-Master's Certificate in Nursing. Program applicants must follow the application procedure specific to their chosen program as outlined in the admissions process below.
Potential applicants to the CNHS graduate nursing programs are invited to attend an information session. A faculty member will host the session and answer questions about the programs and the application process.
Prospective students interested in the DPT program are invited to information sessions hosted by a faculty member. Learn more about the application process and the academic program.
Prospective students interested in the master's degree program in communication sciences and disorders are invited to attend a panel discussion and question and answer period.
In addition to federal, state and/or institutional aid, eligible CNHS students will be identified and notified about college-specific scholarships. Some scholarships will require the completion of an application. Enrolled students will be notified about scholarship opportunities through the year. View a list of the scholarships offered through CNHS.
College of Nursing & Health Sciences
Office of Student Services
002 Rowell Building