The Master of Science in Nursing is suited for students who have a bachelor’s
degree in nursing.
Master’s concentrations are available in the following areas:
*Note – Funding is available for both tracks, pending available grant funds.
Admission to the BSN to MSN program is competitive and is based on a review of materials submitted and on resource availability. The applicant is responsible for compiling and submitting the complete set of materials. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.
Applicants must meet University Admission and English Proficiency requirements, as well as requirements for admission, which are listed in the USF Graduate Catalog. Certain concentrations are highly competitive.
Nurses with a BSN are prepared to enroll directly in graduate course work. The total number of credits required is specific to the nursing concentration.
All admitted nursing students are required to complete a background check, immunization verification, and drug screening. Additionally, students will be required to provide proof of current health insurance. Admitted students will be provided with the steps to complete this process.
Required Documentation: All documentation (e.g., transcripts, resume, certifications, etc.) must be submitted to NursingCAS by the deadline in order for applications to be considered.
Interview Requirement: In addition to fulfilling the application requirements, a personal interview with faculty will be required.
Learn more by attending an information session and application workshop.
Foreign Transcripts: All coursework and degrees completed outside the United States require a course-by-course evaluation from an approved evaluating agency. Foreign transcript evaluation services are approved by the USF Graduate School. Please note that the Florida Board of Nursing maintains its own list of approved evaluating agencies. Transcript evaluations must be received by NursingCAS electronically or in their original sealed envelopes by the deadlines posted.
English Language: Applicants from countries where English is not the official language must demonstrate English proficiency. Please see USF Graduate Catalog for more information or contact USF Office of International Admissions.
||Deadline to Apply
|Fall 2022||September 15, 2021||March 15, 2022|
Note: All concentrations will admit students on a space available basis after the deadline to apply. To see the current space availability click here.
|Master's Concentrations||Admission Term|
|Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nursing
|Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nursing
|Family Health Nursing||Fall|
|Occupational Health Nursing/Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nursing
|Pediatric Health Nursing||Fall|