College of Science and Health > Academics > School of Nursing > Graduate Programs > MENP for Non-Nurses (MS) > Admission Requirements
The nursing admission committee will begin reviewing applications after the deadlines and will continue until each cohort is filled.
Lincoln Park Cohort Application Deadline:Winter cohort - June 15Spring cohort - October 1 Summer cohort - January 15Fall cohort - January 15 (December 10 for NursingCAS Applications)
Rosalind Franklin Application Priority Deadline:Winter cohort - June 15Fall cohort - January 15 (applications will continue to be reviewed after the application deadline on a space-available basis)
Students applying through NursingCAS should submit their application at least 4 weeks in advance of the deadlines listed, as it can take NursingCAS several weeks to verify your application and we do not review unverified NursingCAS applications.
You may only apply to one cohort location and one term. Please choose the location (the Lincoln Park Campus or the Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science) and term that is most convenient for you.
Please join us for an upcoming information session featuring DePaul's master's entry to nursing practice (MENP) program. Information sessions are held regularly at the Lincoln Park Campus and at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in North Chicago (about 35 miles north of Chicago).
Applicants have two options:
To be eligible for the master’s entry to nursing practice program,
students must hold a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited
college or university.
The admission committee reserves the right to request any additional materials they deem necessary to ensure an accurate review of an application.
students (those who were educated outside of the U.S. and/or require an
F1 visa) must take additional steps to be considered for admission.
Please visit http://csh.depaul.edu/admission/graduate/Pages/international-student-admissions.aspx for details.
addition to the general admission requirements above, students should
be able to provide proof of successfully completing the following
All prerequisite courses must include labs and have been completed within the last ten years with a grade of 'C' or better. All prerequisites must be completed before the start of term to which the student is applying. Starting fall 2020 entry term, all prerequisites must be completed within the last seven (7) years.
Two prerequisite courses must be completed before the application deadline in order to be reviewed for that entry term. Students who have completed all or most of their prerequisites are given priority consideration. If the admission review committee needs additional information on an applicant whose prerequisites are not complete, they may defer making a decision on the application until the review period for the next available term.
The Office of Graduate AdmissionCollege of Science and Health DePaul University2400 N. Sheffield Avenue Chicago, IL 60614-2215
Applicants to the MENP program have the option of applying to the program through NursingCAS. Applying through NursingCAS allows you to submit your application to DePaul and other institutions nationwide through one centralized application. NursingCAS also verifies your academic credentials on behalf of DePaul. Students applying through NursingCAS should submit their application 2-6 weeks in advance of the deadlines listed (depending upon the term), as it can take NursingCAS several weeks to verify your application and we do not review unverified NursingCAS applications.
Here’s how to get started.
Nursing instructional video or helpful online information how to complete a NursingCAS application.
NursingCASP.O. Box 9201 Watertown, MA 02471
Use the Quick Status Menu while logged into your NursingCAS application to check to see if your transcripts have been received or use this link, https://portal.nursingcas.org/?rm=status_transcripts. You can also use the Quick Status Menu to check to see if your references have been submitted.
For questions regarding the NursingCAS application please contact
NursingCAS support via phone at 617-612-2880 Monday – Thursday 9:00 AM –
7:00 PM Eastern Time and Friday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM Eastern Time and via
email at email@example.com. Or post questions to NursingCAS by following their Twitter and/or Facebook accounts. Detailed instructions and FAQs are available too. Instructional videos are posted on the NursingCAS YouTube channel
The “My Messages” section of the NursingCAS application will include any messages that NursingCAS or a school has sent to you. Please check your “My Messages” to see if you have received any vital information about your application. Messages will be sent to the “My Messages” inbox and your personal email address that you created your account with.
Use the “Quick Status Menu” options to check to see if your Transcript(s), Reference(s), or Payment(s) have been received after you submit them. To check to see which Designations you have selected (in other words programs you have applied to) click on the Designations option under the Quick Status.
Attend one of our information sessions.
Learn more about Graduate Admission.
Attend an Admission Event.
If you need assistance to complete your application and/or have questions, contact the CSH Graduate Admission office at (773) 325-7315 or firstname.lastname@example.org.