Masters of Science in Nursing Applicants

Admissions Process

Admissions requirements are subject to change. 

Requirements include:

R.N. licensure in state of practice
Completion of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited program
Cumulative G.P.A. of 2.8 on a 4.0 scale
A typed statement of professional, educational, and career goals
Three professional letters of recommendation
A completed admission application with application fee
A drug screening and background check

Core courses:

N502 Theoretical Foundations of Nursing Practice
N504 Health Care Organization and Management
P506 Nursing Ethics and Health Care Policy
M512 Intermediate Statistics (prereq: undergraduate statistics course)
N514 Principles of Nursing Research
N530 Advanced Physiology & Patho
N532 Advanced Health & Phys Assessment
N534 Advanced Pharmacology
N537 Professional Role Development
N538 Health Promotion and Illness Prevention Throughout the Life Span 

Application Process

The Board, administration, and faculty affirm that all students in the College of Nursing MSN degree program must possess intellectual, physical, ethical, emotional, and interpersonal capabilities necessary to complete the MSN degree and to achieve the levels of competency required for safe professional nursing practice. Disabled individuals who apply to Saint Anthony College of Nursing are considered on an individual basis and in compliance with state and federal laws. The College cherishes its right and duty to seek and retain individuals who will make a positive contribution to all aspects of the College Mission. Saint Anthony College of Nursing conducts its program and implements policies on a non-discriminatory basis with respect to race, age, religion, gender, national origin, marital status, military service, status upon military discharge, disability or handicap, and creed.

To apply, download, complete and return the application and directions form.