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Admission to the track requires the following:
A baccalaureate degree in nursing from an NLN or CCNE accredited nursing program. Graduates from non-accredited or foreign schools are evaluated individually.
Undergraduate or graduate statistics course;
Minimum GPA of at least 3.00 for the last two years of baccalaureate study
Current RN licensure
One year experience as a registered nurse preferred - broad, community-based experience across the lifespan desirable.
Submit the following to the UND Graduate School by January 15th, 2013:
Completed application for Graduate Admission
Three Letters of Recommendation
Statement of Goals
Copy of current RN license
Official transcripts from every educational institution attended or currently attending (even if those grades are shown on another transcript)
All must be received at the UND Graduate School by January 15 of the year the student wishes to be admitted. Applicants are responsible for the completeness and timely delivery of the application to the UND Graduate School. Late applications will not be considered until the following year. If January 15 falls on a Saturday or Sunday you must ensure delivery of the application no later than the Friday before.
Interviews with the admissions committee are usually held in February. Applicants must make themselves available for either a phone or personal interview. Interview times will be severely limited, so applicants should make whatever arrangements are needed to meet the first time slot offered. The interview is a very substantial portion of the application process, so applicants should plan to be at their best. Applicants who interview will receive written notification of their status early in January of the application year. You need not call to inquire about your status. Once you are accepted, you may begin making any necessary financial aid arrangements. The University of North Dakota Graduate School may be contacted at (701) 777-2987 or email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Application for admission is made through the University's Graduate School website.
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