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            Mount Mercy University is committed to keeping in communication with the campus community as the rapidly evolving coronavirus COVID-19 situation unfolds.

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            Graduate

            Start your application today! Applications are accepted and reviewed year-round, and no entrance exams (GRE or GMAT) are required.

            COVID-19 Update

            We are committed to helping you through the admission and registration process!  While we are temporarily suspending visits to campus, we are here for you! If you have any questions about your next steps to MMU, please email us at gradprograms@ or call 319-368-6460.

            How to Apply

            Degree-Seeking Students

            • Complete your .

            • Request official transcripts from all schools previously attended. Mail to:

              Graduate Programs
              Mount Mercy University
              1330 Elmhurst Drive NE
              Cedar Rapids, IA 52402-4797

            • If you're employed by a corporate educational partner or using employer reimbursement, please complete the Employer Verification Form and email it to gradprograms@.

            • Some programs require letters of recommendation and other materials. Please see program-specific requirements below.

            Readmits or Non-Degree Seeking Students

            • Complete your . 

            Continuing Education Students

            • Complete a brief to enroll in workshop courses for BoEE recertification or graduate credit.

            Graduate Requirements by Program

            • Resume that documents educational background, professional experience, and volunteer involvement
            • Bachelor’s degree in education (Special Education, Reading, ESL, and Effective Teaching)
            • A valid teaching license or be eligible for a teaching license if seeking an endorsement in Special Education, Reading, or ESL
            • Resume that lists past and current teaching or work experience
            • Teacher Leadership requires an additional interview with the program director if undergraduate or other graduate degree is not in education
              • Additional coursework beyond what's listed in the catalog may be required for those students without a degree in education and/or teaching license
            • Personal interview with program director
            • Resume that documents volunteer or professional experience in a human service area
            • Currently working at least part-time in the field of business (ongoing requirement for at least part-time work during program)
              • Requirement can be waived by program director
            • Some students may be asked to participate in a personal interview with program director
            • A student may be admitted to the MBA program prior to completing the prerequisite courses
              • Upon admission, the student will meet with an academic advisor and receive an advising form indicating prerequisite courses that need to be completed and in what order
              • The student may enroll in either accelerated or traditional classes to complete prerequisite courses at the tuition rate for those classes
              • MBA grading polices will be in effect for all MBA and prerequisite classes taken at Mount Mercy
            • Current and valid Iowa registered nurse (RN) license
              • NOTE: Nursing courses with a clinical component may not be taken by a person: 
                • Who has been denied license by the Board
                • Whose license is currently suspended, surrendered, or revoked in any U.S. jurisdiction
                • Whose license or registration is currently suspended, surrendered, or revoked in another country山东11选5技巧稳赚 due to disciplinary action
                • International students without current Iowa RN license may be admitted based on review by the program director
            • Currently working at least part-time as a nurse (ongoing requirement for at least part-time work during program)
              • Requirement can be waived by the program director
            • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) from an accredited nursing program, other undergraduate degree from a regionally accredited college or university, or an equivalent degree from an accredited institution outside of the United States
              • Undergraduate record should reflect ability to be successful in graduate studies
              • If undergraduate degree is not a BSN, students may be admitted with a BA or BS, an associate degree in nursing, and the Mount Mercy RN-BSN courses, NU 470 Population Based Nursing,  NU 471 Professional Aspects of Nursing, and NU 472 RN-BSN Practicum Seminar completed with a minimum grade of B (B- not acceptable) 
            • A 3-credit hour undergraduate statistics course with a minimum grade of C (C- not acceptable)
              • A student may be admitted at the discretion of the program director prior to completing this prerequisite
            • All MSN students must meet administrative requirements, including criminal background check, health insurance coverage, immunization status compliance, CPR, and malpractice liability insurance prior to completion of the first MSN course
            • All non-native English speakers are required to take TOEFL or equivalent English language proficiency assessment and complete an interview with the program director
            • Nursing Informatics students must meet admission criteria of Mount Mercy University and University of Minnesota School of Nursing
            • Three years of full-time work experience (recommended)
            • Personal interview with program director and additional writing sample may be requested
            • June 1 application deadline
            • Hold an MSN degree from a regionally accredited college or university
            • Current and valid Iowa registered nurse (RN) license
              • Cannot be denied, suspended, surrendered or revoked in any U.S. or international jurisdiction
            • Documentation of practice as registered nurse (RN) for a minimum of 6,000 clinical hours
            • Current resume/CV
            • Have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.25 in all graduate and undergraduate coursework 
            • Three letters of recommendation addressing professionalism, clinical skills, critical thinking, and communication skills    
            • A 3-credit hour undergraduate statistics course with a minimum grade of C (C- not acceptable) with the last 5 years is a prerequisite for admission
              • If not completed prior to admission, course can be completed in DNP curriculum 
            • Personal interview with DNP program committee
            • All non-native English speakers are required to take TOEFL or equivalent English language proficiency assessment and complete an interview with the program director
            • Hold a Master's degree from a regionally accredited college or university or an equivalent degree from an accredited institution outside the United States. Documentation of degree equivalencies must be submitted by an agency authorized to do so.
            • Have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.00 in graduate level coursework.
            • Submit three letters of recommendation, preferably from faculty and/or work supervisors, who can attest to an applicant's ability to be successful in graduate studies. (See application form for further instruction.)
            • Personal interview with program director.

            Contact Graduate Admissions

            We look forward to welcoming you to Mount Mercy! We're here to help you reach your educational goals and answer any questions throughout the admissions process. 

            Matt Steitzer

            Matt Steitzer 

            Executive Director of Adult Recruitment & Corporate Outreach 
            319-363-1323 x1865 | msteitzer@

             

            Graduate Admissions 

            319-368-6460 | gradprograms@ 
            University Center, Admissions Suite
            1330 Elmhurst Drive NE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52402