- Application information is available on our Graduate Entry Applications Instructions Page.
- Classes for the Master of Nursing Program (pre- RN licensure) begin in the Fall Semester Only.
- We do rolling admissions during the academic year (September through May). Applications are reviewed when they are complete (see below).
- March 1 is the Deadline to submit the online application to be reviewed for enrollment in the following Fall semester – i.e. March 1, 2019 for enrollment in Fall 2019 semester. Your application will be reviewed once all of your application materials are received, including those listed in the Application Instructions.
- A complete application includes all items on the checklist for applications; that is, the application form and all required supporting documents.
For questions or information, contact the Office of Enrollment at 216.368.2529 or email@example.com.
- BA, BS or BFA with acceptable overall undergraduate GPAs (3.0 cumulative; 2.75 natural science; 2.75 behavioral sciences). A grade of C (2.0) or higher is required for individual pre-requisite courses.
- Human Growth and Development Across the Lifespan: One course; at least 3 credits
- Human Anatomy and Physiology: With labs, at least 6 credits within 5 years prior to enrollment.
- Microbiology: One course, at least 4 credits, with lab within 5 years prior to enrollment.
- Statistics: One course in basic statistics, at least 200 level, 3 credits, required within 5 years prior to enrollment in the program.
- Chemistry: One course; minimum of 4 credits may be required depending on undergraduate major.
- The GRE is not required for application. However, GRE test scores may be requested for an admission decision:
- GRE General Test (if requested): Satisfactory scores required (minimum of: Verbal 150, Quantitative 150, and Analytical Writing 4.0)
- International Applicants: For additional requirements, contact the Office of Enrollment at 216.368.2529 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Recipients of the Certificate of Professional Nursing from FPB may apply to earn the Master of Nursing (MN) degree.
- Learn more from the Policy, Procedure, and Application Form.
- Admitted applicants, currently enrolled as graduate level students in the pre-licensure phase of a graduate/direct entry masters nursing program, may apply for advanced standing in the MN phase of the Graduate Entry Nursing Program.
- Please contact the Graduate Entry Nursing Program Director for more information on advanced standing.