How to Apply to the Graduate Program

Information for Applicants to the Graduate Nursing Program


MSN Program Admissions Requirements

Requirements for regular admission to a master's program: Each applicant shall be required to meet minimum University requirements.

  1. An earned Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) from an NLN or CCNE accredited nursing program with a minimum overall grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale OR a 3.0 (GPA) on a 4.0 scale in the last 60 hours of coursework on the BSN.
  2. Completion of the Graduate School Admissions Application.
  3. Submission of a statement addressing how an MSN will help you attain your professional and personal goals. *
  4. Three professional/academic recommendation letters. *
  5. Send official transcripts from ALL undergraduate and graduate institutions that the applicant has attended to the Graduate Admissions Office.
  6. Students who, for academic or disciplinary reasons, are not eligible to register in the college or university last attended will not be admitted for graduate study.
  7. Possess a current unencumbered Registered Nurse license to practice nursing in a state or territory of the United States.
  8. Curriculum vitae (CV) or resume is required. *
  9. Approval by the Nursing Department Graduate Admissions Committee.
  10. If an applicant is unable to meet the above criteria, they may petition the Nursing Department Graduate Admissions Committee and request a special review.

These items must be sent directly to the Graduate Admissions Office.


Please note that upon admission the MSN student will receive information concerning UWF Nursing Department requirements for enrollment. These include, but are not limited to student health physical examination and immunizations; fingerprinting; Level 2 criminal background check; drug screen; provide proof of professional liability insurance; and provide proof of personal health insurance.

Questions? Please contact Dr. Angela Blackburn at (850) 473-7760 or ablackburn@uwf.edu

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