Graduate

Translate knowledge into practice.

In our graduate programs, you’ll learn from dedicated faculty and prepare for the field through practical, on-the-job experiences. Through scholarship and research, you’ll find specialized programs designed to help advance your career.

All masters programs are currently part-time programs (see sample program plans for course sequencing). 

All applicants must meet general University requirements for admission; additional requirements differ for each program (see below).

Admissions Requirements by program

M.S. in Adult/Geriatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner | Program Details
M.S. in Nursing Administration | Program Details
M.S. in Nursing Education | Program Details

In addition to a completed application for graduate admission and application fee, applicants must submit:

  • New York State R.N. License
  • Official transcripts showing a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA and B or above in all science and nursing classes
  • Final transcript stating Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited four-year institution
  • Resume
  • A 500-word (typed) essay on reasons for applying to the program
  • Two letters of recommendation, preferably from Masters or above and/or direct supervisor/employer/former faculty

M.S. in Healthcare Informatics | Program Details

In addition to a completed application for graduate admission and application fee, applicants must submit:

  • Official transcripts
  • Final transcript stating Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited four-year institution
  • A 500-word (typed) essay on reasons for applying to the program
  • Two letters of recommendation

Master of Public Health | Program Details

In addition to a completed application for graduate admission and application fee, applicants must submit:

  • Official transcripts showing a minimum 2.75 cumulative GPA and completion of an undergraduate statistics course
  • Final transcript stating Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited four-year institution; you do not need a nursing degree for the M.P.H.
  • A 500-word (typed) essay on reasons for applying to the program
  • Two letters of recommendation

M.S. in Nutrition | Program Details

In addition to a completed application for graduate admission and application fee, applicants must submit:

  • Official transcripts showing a minimum 2.75 cumulative GPA and completion of an undergraduate introductory nutrition course; an introductory statistics course; a human anatomy and physiology two-course sequence with laboratory; and a minimum 4-credit chemistry course with laboratory (see corresponding Adelphi courses)
  • Final transcript stating Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited four-year institution
    NOTE: You do not need a nursing degree for the M.S. in Nutrition.
  • A 500-word essay on reasons for applying to the program
  • Two letters of recommendation

Applicants must also complete a personal interview (not required to be on campus, can be performed online).

Prior to acceptance into the M.S. in Nutrition Program, if a student completed a graduate course at another college or university and passed the course with a C+ or better, and there is an equivalent course in the program as determined by the Program Director, the student could request transfer credit up to 6 credits. Once a student is accepted into the M.S. in Nutrition Program, they are expected to complete all of the 12 sequential required courses, 34 credits, within the program at Adelphi University.

 

For further information, please contact:

Office of Graduate Admissions
p – 800.ADELPHI
e – graduateadmissions@adelphi.edu
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