Ph.D. in Nursing

Mennonite College of Nursing
United States
Qualification
Doctoral Degree (PhD)
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Entry Requirements

  • A Master of Science in Nursing from a CCNE or NLN-accredited program.
  • A minimum grade-point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale for the last 30 hours of graduate course work or the last 60 hours of undergraduate work.
  • Graduate Record Exam (GRE) scores submitted to the Illinois State Office of Admissions as indicated on the graduate application. The GRE is waived for students with a grade point average of 3.4 or higher in the last 60 semester hours of undergraduate course work or 30 hours of graduate course work.
  • "A master's level statistics course is a prerequisite requirement for PhD program doctoral level statistics course sequence. Applicants must either take and pass a placement examination, or complete this course during the first summer semester of the PhD program."
  • Official documentation of a minimum TOEFL score: 79 – internet-based testing, 213 – computer-based testing, 550 – paper-based testing Official academic records (one in English and one in the native language), verified with fresh seals and signatures, sent directly from each college or university attended. 

Curriculum

Core Courses

7 core courses are required for a total of 21 credit hours.

  •  Philosophy of Science
  •  Theoretical Basis of Nursing Research
  •  Quantitative Research Design
  •  Qualitative Research Design
  • Introduction to Nursing Informatics
  • Health Policy Ethical, Legal & Professional Issues in Research

In addition, all students must attend  Research Colloquium.

Focal Area Courses

4 focal area courses are required for a total of 12 credit hours.

  • Biopsychological Research with Aging Individuals
  • Sociocultural Research with Aging Persons in Families and Communities
  • Research in Aging with Vulnerable Populations
  •  Residency in Research with Aging Adults

Statistical Methods Sequence

3 statistical methods courses are required for a total of 9 credit hours.

  •  Statistical Methods I
  •  Statistical Methods II
  •  Statistical Methods III

Cognate Courses

9 credit hours of cognate courses are required. The number of courses varies and will be selected in coordination with your faculty advisor  

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