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MSN Nursing Administration Questions

There is a lot to consider when looking at advancing your degree to become a nursing administrator. We know you have questions. Everyone’s situation is unique.

We collected some of the most asked questions for you. Review the answers below.

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We are happy to answer any of your specific questions. Just reach out to us.

Our experienced advisors and MSN Nursing Administration Concentration Coordinator, Melissa Cole, DNP, MSW RN-BC, NEA-BC, FACHE, are ready to answer your questions.

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Your Questions Answered.

It will take 2 years (6 terms) to complete the program.

Yes. The program is designed for working nurses.

We understand the financial investment in your education can feel daunting. We have kept our program costs reasonable and the majority of our students receive some form of grants, scholarships or loans. Explore our financial aid website and reach out to our Financial Aid Officers to explore all your options.

The application process is easy and varies by program. Visit our application webpage for information on how to apply.

Spring Entry - November 1

Fall Entry - June 1

Admissions considers all verified applications received by the deadline.

For more information about how to apply to apply for financial aid visit our financial aid webpage or reach out to our Financial Aid Officers.

Deadlines vary. Visit our financial aid webpage for most up to date deadlines.

Fieldwork placement may be coordinated in the student's hometown. Specific decisions regarding the fieldwork experience, taken near the end of the program, will be negotiated with your faculty advisor.

Our Nursing Administration Concentration Coordinator, Melissa Cole, DNP, MSW, RN-BC, NEA-BC, FACHE, knows the program very well and is ready to answer your questions. Email her at mecole@salud.unm.edu

Application Deadline

Spring Entry
August 15 – November 1

Fall Entry
April 1 - June 1

Admissions considers all verified applications received by the deadline.

Support for Your Education

The majority of our students received some form of financial aid – scholarship, grant, loan, work study or teaching assistant position.

We also offer more than $270,000 in UNM College of Nursing scholarships. Individual scholarship amounts range from $200-$4,000 annually.

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Transfer Students

You have the questions. We have the answers.

Explore more about transfering to UNM College of Nursing. We cannot wait for you to be part of our pack. 

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Nursing Admin Program Contact

Nursing Administration Concentration Coordinator, Clinician Educator, Assistant Professor
Melissa Cole, DNP, MSW, RN-BC, NEA-BC, FACHE
College of Nursing
Building 228
Room 230
1 University of New Mexico

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