The MSN-Case Management program is designed for nurses who already have a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Applicants are considered for admission based upon the following:
- Baccalaureate in nursing from a regionally accredited college or university
- Current licensure as a registered nurse in the state of California
- Evidence of recent experience in clinical practice as a registered nurse
- Goal statement as described in the application
- Two letters of reference
- Successful completion of a statistics course
Students are selected for an interview based upon the content of the application they submit to NursingCAS. An in-person or phone interview is required to be selected for admission.
Students who need disability accommodations may request them by emailing email Elisa Laird-Metke at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please give as much notice as you can to allow time to set them up. Further information about the Disability Resource Center can be found here.
Students Educated Outside of the United States
The need for the TOEFL will be assessed based on information provided by the applicant on the application for admission. If the TOEFL is required, applicants must achieve a minimum score of 100 (Internet Based Test). Scores must be submitted during the application process.
International Transcript Evaluation Agencies
Students who have completed their degrees outside of the United States will have to have their degrees evaluated for United States baccalaureate equivalency, also known as a course-by-course/comprehensive evaluation. Please click here for a list of international transcript evaluation agencies.