Education Doctorate with an Emphasis in Nursing Education Admission Information, Bryan College of Health Sciences

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Admission Information for Education Doctorate with an Emphasis in Nursing and Health Professions Education

Earning your education doctorate (EdD) with an emphasis in nursing and health professions education will provide endless professional rewards. By taking your degree, knowledge and skill set to the highest level, you'll be eligible to educate and lead the next generation of healthcare providers.

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Are you ready to apply and become a doctoral student with Bryan College of Health Sciences? Review the following academic requirements to ensure you meet the admission requirements and learn how to apply today.

Admission Requirements

Each applicant to the EdD with an emphasis in nursing and health professions education program will be evaluated for admission based on the following criteria:
  • Masters degree with major in nursing, health professions, or related field from a regionally accredited institution and specialty accreditation if applicable
  • Cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale in masters program
  • Current, unencumbered license in nursing or health professions field if required in applicant's state of residence
  • Application
  • Official college transcripts from graduating institutions and transfer credits
  • Two professional references;

    one from applicant’s graduate program faculty and one from applicant’s employer/supervisor. Nursing or healthcare strongly recommended. Two employer references may be used by those whose graduation date was more than five years ago

  • Applicants for whom English is a learned language must score 550 paper based/213 computer based or better on the TOEFL English proficiency examination (School code: 6058)
  • Meeting with program faculty member or graduate recruiter
  • Narrative explanation of: How the applicant’s professional goals are consistent with the program purpose statement and program outcomes and potential research topics of interest (Not to exceed three pages)

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Application Timeline and Deadlines

Application Deadlines:

• September 30 deadline; program starts January
• May 31 deadline; program starts in August

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