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R.N. to M.S. in Nursing - Admissions & Application
- Graduate from an accredited associate degree or diploma nursing program
- Licensure as a registered professional nurse within the United States, U.S. territories or Canada
- Bachelor’s Degree in a non-nursing discipline from an accredited program
- Current employment of at least 16 hours per week as a registered nurse
NOTE: Students are required to maintain 3.0 GPA in the undergraduate portion of the program in order to progress into graduate studies.
*International student applications evaluated on an individual basis
- Complete FREE online application
- Provide copies of certifications and previous licensure (ex: ACLS, BLS, LPN License, National Nursing Certifications)
- Request official transcripts from every college or university you attended. Send to Roberts Wesleyan University AGE Admissions:
- Official Transcripts can be submitted electronically using the National Student Clearinghouse or eScrip. Send to “AGE-Admissions@Roberts.edu”
- USPS mail:
Roberts Wesleyan University
ATTN: AGE Admissions Office
2301 Westside Drive
Rochester, NY 14624
Additional Admissions Items
All Adult & Graduate Nursing students (including online) must comply with the New York State Public Health Law immunizations requirements. Visit our Health Center website for details.
A copy of your Registered Nurse License (Must include expiration date)
Call: 585.594.6600 | 800.777.4792 (toll free) | Email: AGE-Admissions@roberts.edu
Adult and Graduate Admissions
Nursing Education, M.S. - The Master's in Nursing Education is based on nursing science with a focus on advancing clinical and evidence-based teaching skills needed to work in college, university, and clinical settings. Working RN's can complete this degree in just 20 months, 1 night a week or 100% online!
Nursing Leadership & Administration, M.S. - The Master's in Nursing Leadership & Administration is based on nursing science with a significant focus on the business aspects of health care, evidence-based practice, and the latest technological advances to develop your leadership expertise and knowledge. Working RN's can complete this degree in just 20 months, 1 night a week or 100% online!
R.N. to B.S. in Nursing - If you are a working RN, our RN to BS Program can help you earn your bachelor's degree in nursing in 15 months, in the classroom or online.
Adult and Graduate Admissions - 585.594.6600 | 800.777.4792 (toll free) - AGE-Admissions@roberts.edu