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The Masters of Science degree in Nursing (MSN) prepares students to function as advanced practice nurses (adult or family nurse practitioners), educators or administrators. Through coursework and clinical practice, the individual develops expertise in advanced health nursing care, leadership and research skills. The Master's Degree in Nursing is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) 1 Dupont Circle, NW Suite 530 Washington D.C., 20036, Telephone (202) 887-6791, until 2015.

Admission to the Degree Program

The requirements for admission are as follows:

  1. Baccalaureate degree (BSN) and License as Registered Nurse in New Jersey*
  2. Undergraduate GPA of 3.0
  3. Acceptable score on the Graduate Record Exam or the Miller Analogies Test
  4. Work experience in community-based or related area of nursing
  5. Undergraduate prerequisite courses:
  6. a. Statistics
    b. Nursing Research
    c. Physical Assessment
  7. Two professional letters of recommendation
  8. Essay including professional experience particularly as it relates to your future career plans.

Discuss these specific requirements with the Director of the Graduate Program:

Requirements for the Degree

Students must complete 36 credits of study for the education and 36 credits administration tracks and 40 credits for adult/gerontology nurse practitioner and 48 credits for the family nurse practitioner program.

Online Applications can be found at Admissions