Master of Science Nursing Education Program Requirements
Requirements – MS in Nursing Education Program
In order to be eligible to apply to the graduate professional program a candidate must have:
1. BS in Nursing (BSN) from an accredited school of nursing. RNs with a BS in a related field
may be admitted to the RN transitions sequence.
2. One year post-licensure clinical work experience.
3. Current Georgia RN license.
Those who are eligible to apply should:
Submit an application to the office of Graduate Admissions as well as:
a. Transcripts from all institutions attended
(minimum GPA of at least 2.75)
b. Three letters of recommendation.
c. Certificate of immunization form.
d. Complete the GRE or MAT exam with satisfactory scores.
Prior to enrollment students must show proof of current liability insurance, evidence of current CPR certification, and complete the Department of Nursing health form and record of immunizations
The MS in Nursing Education Program follows the guidelines for admission as outlined in the NGCSU Graduate Bulletin. Graduate admission does not guarantee admission to the MS Nursing Education Program.
Post-Masters Certificate Students for the MS in Nursing Education Program must hold a graduate degree in Nursing from an accredited program. The MS in Nursing Education certificate program is 15 semester hours in length.
Each new cycle of courses will begin during Summer Semester. The deadline for admission application is Feb 28 of each year. Enrollment in nursing education courses is restricted to students who are admitted to the MS in Nursing Education Program. Individuals will be notified of whether or not they are accepted in the MS in Nursing Education Program following the application deadline. Courses may be taken as a non-degree seeking student if seats are available upon approval of program coordinator.
For a graduate application, please call (706) 864-1543 or write to:
Office of Graduate Admissions
North Georgia College & State University
Dahlonega, GA 30597
For additional nursing information,
call the MS in Nursing Education Program
or contact program coordinator,
Dr. Michelle Byrne