The applicant meets both the Southeast Missouri State University graduate school and Department of Nursing pre-requisites for admission to the MSN program of study.
The applicant who does not meet all of the program pre-requisites may be granted provisional admission. Normally, provisional admission will be granted for one semester only, so the applicant may meet regular admission criteria.
The applicant who does not meet the G.P.A. requirement may be granted probationary admission. When the G.P.A. is below 3.25 but is between a 2.90 and 3.24 and the applicant has achieved a G.P.A. of 3.25 during the last 60 hours of undergraduate work, the Graduate Program Committee may grant probationary admission stipulated upon the successful completion of the first nine hours of course work applicable to the program with a grade of “B” or higher for each credit hour. Students not meeting the course work grade requirement are subject to dismissal.
Note: Applicants who are denied admission will have the opportunity to appeal to the Department of Nursing Graduate Program Committee.