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NURSING (M.S.)

PROGRAM MANAGER

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Dr. Lisa Seldomridge

Dr. Lisa Seldomridge
Nursing (M.S.)
laseldomridge@salisbury.edu
410-543-6413

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Online Application Center.

The Department of Nursing at Salisbury University provides a rigorous, science-based program to prepare graduates with advanced skills who wish to become nurse educators or move into leadership/management positions.

Taught by distinguished fulltime faculty who practice what they teach, classes are conveniently scheduled in the evening and offer close faculty-student working relationships. Faculty advisors assist each student to design a personalized progression plan and to identify and encourage learning experiences that are responsive to student interests and learning goals.

Full-time students can earn their degree in approximately two years; part-time study can be completed in as little as three years. Graduates of the  Clinical Nurse Educator  and Health Care Leader programs are in demand and valued for their expertise and contributions. The graduate program in the Department of Nursing is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education and is proud to have educated many of the nursing leaders of the mid- Atlantic region and to continue professional relationships with many SU graduates.

The Master of Science curricula are currently undergoing substantial revision to keep pace with the ever-changing needs of the nursing profession and the health care needs of people in the region.  New options for Master's study are expected to be in place for Fall 2017 to focus on nursing education with eligibility for advanced certification.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:
Admission Deadlines: Fall:  March 1st (Priority)
Standardized Test(s): None.
Required Recommendations: Two academic or professional references/letters of recommendation
Academic Records: Official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended with a BS in Nursing from a nationally accredited program with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Personal Statement: 1-2 page statement describing academic and professional goals
Additional Requirements: * Application
* Application Fee
* Current and unencumbered United States Registered Nursing (RN) license
* Current resume or curriculum vitae
International applicants only: Please review International Application Information.
Minimum TOEFL scores:
Paper-based - 550, Internet-based - 79
More Information: Program Fact Sheet
Program Checklist - Program is currently undergoing curriculum revisions.

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