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Application and Reference Forms are available in the Graduate Programs in Nursing Office (EA129) or can be downloaded from the Internet at http://www.winona.edu/nursing/graduate/10240.asp.
Admission criteria to the Master’s Program in Nursing include:
1. Baccalaureate degree in nursing from an NLN or CCNE accredited program;
Students requesting admission to the Adult Nurse Practitioner or Family Nurse Practitioner Focus must also participate in a personal interview with Master’s Nursing Program faculty.
Students requesting admission to the Clinical Nurse Specialist, Nurse Educator or Nurse Administrator focus areas may be required to have a personal interview.
*Policies are available for individual consideration of students who may have unique education and experience, but may not meet some of the university or program admission criteria.
Applications may be obtained from:
Or available on the Internet at: www.winona.edu/nursing
International Students must contact the International Student Office at 507/457-5303.
Master’s Program in Nursing Core and Focus Requirements:
Graduate Special Students
Students who have completed a baccalaureate degree in nursing and who wish to enroll in further undergraduate courses, graduate courses, or a combination of both but do not intend to pursue a Master’s degree may register as Graduate Special students.
Students may apply as a Graduate Special student to the Master’s Program in Nursing. Students may take up to 12 credits as a Graduate Special student before acceptance into the program. Credits earned as a Graduate Special student can be applied toward graduation requirements as outlined in the graduate catalog. Courses open to Graduate Special Students include:
N504 - Advanced Pathophysiology
Graduate Special applications are found in the Graduate Catalog or on the graduate website www.winona.edu/graduatestudy (download “Graduate Special” and “Certificate of Baccalaureate Degree” from the website). Or call the Graduate Programs in Nursing to request an application be sent to you.
Students who have previously obtained Master's degrees in nursing may be admitted to the Master's Program with some modification of requirements. See the Post-Master's Program.
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