The Graduate Nursing Student Handbook provides a useful source of information concerning the programs of study, including academic and clinical guidelines for MSN students. Revisions are made at least every two years; students are responsible for abiding by the guidelines published in the Handbook that is effective during the date of official acceptance into the MSN Program.
It is the student's responsibility to pick up the Student Handbook prior to the beginning of their first class at the Nursing and Health Department. The student will be required to sign a statement verifying they have received a handbook.
Notice: The Department of Nursing and Health reserves the right to make necessary changes to the Handbook. Students will be notified of these changes. This handbook should not be considered a legal contract.