MNSc Admissions

The UAMS College of Nursing offers three options in the Master of Nursing Science program:

MNSc PROGRAM

The MNSc program prepares nurses for advanced nursing practice in a specialized field which includes Nursing Administration.

POST-MASTERS COMPLETION

The Post-Masters Completion program allows students who have already earned a master’s degree in nursing to take complete the requirements to sit for an additional certification exam in another field.

TRANSITION PROGRAMS

AGAC Transition Program – Applicants must have previously or currently be certified as an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner in order to meet eligibility for the AGAC Transition program.  Upon completion of the AGAC transition curriculum, students will be eligible to sit for the new certification exam – Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner. This is a non-degree seeking program.

AGPC Transition Program – Applicants must have previously or currently be certified as a Gerontological Nurse Practitioner in order to meet eligibility for the AGPC Transition program. Upon completion of the AGPC transition curriculum, students will be eligible to sit for the new certification exam – Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner. This is a non-degree seeking program.

Non-Degree Seeking – With the exception of the AGAC Transition Program and the AGPC Transition Program, the College of Nursing is not accepting non-degree seeking applications at this time.

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Financial InfoLearn about the costs and financial aid for our nursing programs.

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Contact

Office of Student Services
Phone: (501) 686-5224
Fax: (501) 686-7591
Email: jykyle@uams.edu