Elizabeth Heavey, PhD, MS, RN, CNM
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Family Nurse Practitioner, MS Family Nurse Practitioner, CAS Doctor of Nursing Practice, DNPLearn More
April 1 - MS and CAS
June 1 - DNP
Fall 2020 MS Family Nurse Practitioner program is at capacity. Applications to that program are still being accepted until August 1 for waitlist consideration only.
October 15 - DNP
Note: The MS and CAS application is available starting February 1. The Fall DNP application is available starting April 1. The Spring DNP application is available starting June 8.Apply Now
Statement of Objectives:
In a persuasive professional statement of 750-1000 words, please address:
Why you would like to be admitted to the program and how the program will help you reach your professional goals?
Please include a copy of something you personally wrote for work or previous graduate
work that shows your capacity for critical thinking and professional writing. Doctoral
programs involve a great deal of writing and it is important to ensure you are ready
for this level of work. Please make sure your sample is something you wrote yourself.
Any content that is not your own in the sample should be cited appropriately. If
work is submitted that is not the author's own and not cited as such will automatically
disqualify the applicant from consideration for admission. Plagiarism is grounds
for dismissal from the doctoral program.
Note: Writing Sample is only required for DNP applicants.
Submit Writing Sample
Please submit your most up to date resume. Recent work experience as a registered
nurse is required.
Applicants to the master's program who are not currently nurse practitioners must submit a current copy of their NYS licensure as a registered nurse.
Applicants to the Certificate of Advanced Study (CAS) that hold an advanced practice provider (NP, CNM, CRNA) license must submit a current copy of their advanced licensure.
Applicants to the DNP program must submit a current copy of their FNP license as well as their NYS registration as a nurse practitioner.
Applicants to the DNP program who are not currently nurse practitioners must submit
a current copy of their NYS licensure as a registered nurse and their anticipated
date of licensure as an FNP.
Applicants who are not yet licensed FNP's, but anticipating FNP licensure by the start of the fall semester, are eligible to apply for the DNP program. If admitted, new FNP providers may proceed in the DNP program one course at a time while adapting to their new role as an FNP.
Applicants who are Advanced practice providers and are not FNP's (AG-PCNP, CNM, CRNA) are not eligible for DNP admission until the CAS program is completed and FNP licensure is obtained. Please contact the FNP program director, Beth Heavey, if you wish to consider this option (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Test Scores (College Code: 2537):
Applicants to the master's program program must submit:
- GRE general test scores (school code 2537). Please direct questions about the GRE to Elizabeth Heavey at eheavey@Brockport.edu.
GRE scores are not required for applicants to the CAS or DNP program.
Note: Due to developments specific to the Coronavirus and the closing of test sites across NYS and beyond, applicants to SUNY Brockport's MS Family Nurse Practitioner program who are unable to provide GRE test scores will still be considered for admission to fall 2020.
Applicants whose scheduled exam date was cancelled are asked to submit a copy of their cancel notification-a copy that includes the date of the originally scheduled exam. Cancel notifications should be sent to email@example.com with the subject line GRE Cancellation- please include your name, program name (MS Family Nurse Practitioner), and Banner ID (800...) as your message.
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