Master's Program FAQs


Have a question about the College of Nursing graduate programs? Review our frequently asked questions below to find the answer.​​

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Do I have to decide on a specialty option when applying?

Apr 12, 2019, 09:08 AM
Question : Do I have to decide on a specialty option when applying?

Yes. Determining what you’re passionate for now will likely bring you a more fulfilling career in the future. Research your particular area of interest, then talk to an advanced practice or leadership nurse in the area to ensure that you truly have a passion for that particular specialty. When applying, cater your essay to appeal to the faculty within your specialty option. Students can apply to multiple programs and specialties, although many choose only one. If you are applying to more than one specialty, make sure each essay caters to that particular scope of work. An application fee is required for each application.

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Do I have to decide on a specialty option when applying?

Apr 12, 2019, 09:08 AM
Question : Do I have to decide on a specialty option when applying?

Yes. Determining what you’re passionate for now will likely bring you a more fulfilling career in the future. Research your particular area of interest, then talk to an advanced practice or leadership nurse in the area to ensure that you truly have a passion for that particular specialty. When applying, cater your essay to appeal to the faculty within your specialty option. Students can apply to multiple programs and specialties, although many choose only one. If you are applying to more than one specialty, make sure each essay caters to that particular scope of work. An application fee is required for each application.

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Admissions and Academic Questions

Do I have to decide on a specialty option when applying?

Apr 12, 2019, 09:08 AM
Question : Do I have to decide on a specialty option when applying?

Yes. Determining what you’re passionate for now will likely bring you a more fulfilling career in the future. Research your particular area of interest, then talk to an advanced practice or leadership nurse in the area to ensure that you truly have a passion for that particular specialty. When applying, cater your essay to appeal to the faculty within your specialty option. Students can apply to multiple programs and specialties, although many choose only one. If you are applying to more than one specialty, make sure each essay caters to that particular scope of work. An application fee is required for each application.

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