Prepared curriculum plan with program coordinator.
Formed a synthesis project committee and secured approval from the Dean of the Graduate School.
Admitted to candidacy immediately after satisfactory completion of NURS 803.
Submitted IRB application and gained necessary IRB approvals for completion of synthesis project.
Completed all courses as required in the program curriculum.
Attained a minimum of 1,000 hours of post-baccalaureate supervised academic program practice hours.
Submitted Application for Degree and paid diploma fee by the end of the first week of the last semester of study.
Presented synthesis project as required by program.
Maintained a 3.0 average overall.
Turned in, or made arrangements for turning in, to the Graduate School office the approved one copy of the synthesis project in perfect, finished form, each with an approval sheet with original signatures in black ink and a synthesis project abstract, and two extra copies of the abstract, and paid dissertation binding charge of $15.00 per copy.
Paid appropriate fees for the services provided by ProQuest Information and Learning. See the Graduate School Office for current fee amounts.
Attended graduation exercises, unless excused in advance in writing by the Dean of the Graduate School.