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University of Nebraska Medical Center – Online Master of Science in Nursing – Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner2018-09-25T18:10:50+00:00

University of Nebraska Medical Center – Online Master of Science in Nursing – Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner

Program Overview

According to the University of Nebraska Medical Center:

“The purpose of the Master’s Program in Nursing is to prepare nurses for advanced practice as nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists, or nurse administrators. The Master’s Program in Nursing is dedicated to meeting the health care needs of citizens and systems locally to globally. The College of Nursing is committed to preparing advanced practice nurse leaders who are recognized for their excellence in practice and scholarship to promote health and well-being, including the amelioration of health disparities.”

At a Glance

URL

https://www.unmc.edu/nursing/programs/masters-msn/msn-specialty-tracks/womens-health-nurse-practitioner.html

Total credit hours

47 credit hours

Availability

Full-time/part-time

Time to complete

Two years (FT)/three years (PT)

Tuition per credit

Tuition and fees

Admission requirements

According to the University of Nebraska Medical Center, to be eligible for admission to the online WHNP program, applicants must fulfill the following requirements:

Official transcripts
Students must arrange to have official transcripts of all college work sent directly to Nursing CAS as directed in the admissions steps.

Complete transcripts showing:

  • All BSN education — sent directly by your college/university institution(s).
  • U.S. students: BSN degree from a school accredited by CCNE or NLNAC.
  • International students: Equivalent of BSN degree.
  • Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above (on a 4.0 scale) — equivalent for international students.

Three letters of reference

From, for example: your nursing position manager, faculty member, advanced practice nurse.

Other documents and provisions

  • Personal statement: including goals for your nursing career.
  • U.S. students: prior to admission — RN licensure in one of the 50 states.
  • International students: prior to admission: eligible to practice nursing in your country of residence — and RN licensure in one of the 50 states in the United States. We suggest the same state in which you will fulfill your MSN clinical/research requirements (see next bullet point below.)