Field of Nursing School of Nursing University of Connecticut

Field of Nursing School of Nursing University of Connecticut

Degrees & Award

Programs Offered:
Offers Adult Acute Care (Post-Master&Apos;S Certificate); Adult Primary Care (Post-Master&Apos;S Certificate); Community Health (Post-Master&Apos;S Certificate); Neonatal Acute Care (Post-Master&Apos;S Certificate); Nursing (MS, Phd); Patient Care Services And Systems Administration (Post-Master&Apos;S Certificate); Psychiatric Mental Health (Post-Master&Apos;S Certificate).
Degree Requirements:
For Master&Apos;S, Comprehensive Exam; For Doctorate, Thesis/Dissertation.


Entrance Requirements:
Additional Exam Requirements/Recommendations For International Students: Required&Mdash;TOEFL (Minimum Score 550 Paper-Based; 213 Computer-Based).
Application Deadline:
For Fall Admission, 2/1 Priority Date For Domestic Students, 2/1 For International Students; For Spring Admission, 11/1 For Domestic Students, 10/1 For International Students. Applications Are Processed On A Rolling Basis.
Application Fee:
Student Statistics:
Average Age 38. 67 Applicants, 64% Accepted, 34 Enrolled.

Student Body

Student Population:
51 Full-Time (45 Women), 70 Part-Time (64 Women); Includes 19 Minority (4 African Americans, 11 Asian Americans Or Pacific Islanders, 4 Hispanic Americans), 1 International.


23 Full-Time (21 Women).

Financial Aid

Financial Aid:
In 2007&Ndash;08, 11 Research Assistantships With Full Tuition Reimbursements, 16 Teaching Assistantships With Full Tuition Reimbursements Were Awarded; Fellowships, Federal Work-Study, Scholarships/Grants, Health Care Benefits, And Unspecified Assistantships Also Available. Financial Award Application Deadline: 2/1; Financial Award Applicants Required To Submit FAFSA.

Location & Contact

Contact Info
Lisa Santor
Academic Advisor Coordinator
Storrs, CT 06269
Phone: 860-486-1937

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