To qualify for graduation with a Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.N.) degree or a Post-Master’s Certificate, students must:
- Satisfactorily complete all professional coursework with a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0.
- Satisfactorily complete all required coursework and practicum experiences with a "B-" or higher, or "Pass" (on a "Pass/Fail" Grading Scale).
- Satisfactorily complete the required minimum number of quarter-credit hours in the curriculum (72 quarter-credit hours for MSN; 35 quarter-credit hours for Post-MSN Certificate)
- Receive a favorable recommendation for a Master’s degree conferral or for a Post-Master’s Certificate conferral from the Academic Review Committee and the College of Health Sciences (CHS) Student Promotion and Graduation Committee.
- Receive a favorable recommendation for a Master’s degree conferral or a for Post-Master’s Certificate conferral from the University Faculty Senate.
- Settle all financial accounts with the institution.
- Complete all graduation clearance requirements as instructed by the Office of the Registrar.