Teaching/Learning in Nursing and Health Sciences Certificate
How to Apply
Students who apply to the Teaching/Learning certificate are charged e-tuition as it is a fully online program. The current e-tuition rate (2009-2010) is $695 per credit hour.
Applications and supporting materials must be complete and postmarked by:
November 15 for Spring
April 15 for Summer
July 15 for Fall
A complete application includes all of the following:
1. UIC Graduate Application
Please complete the online University application. There is a $50
non-refundable application fee that can be paid by credit card. When applying online please make sure to follow these instructions:
First, under APPLICATION TYPE, select Graduate Campus Certificate. Under PLANNED COURSE OF STUDY you should choose: Non-Degree Tchg/Lrng in Nurs & Hlth Sci (Campus Certificate).
DO NOT apply to the wrong semester or program. Doing so may forfeit your application fee. Please avoid completing this step close to the deadline so we have time to check your application after it has been submitted for any errors.
2. Nursing Supplemental Application
Within 10 days of submitting your UIC Graduate Application, you will receive an e-mail link to the Nursing Supplemental Application. For this reason, it is imperative that you enter a valid e-mail address when submitting your UIC application.
You will be able to cut and paste your resume into the Nursing Supplemental Application. Do not mail in your resume.
3. Proof of baccalaureate degree
Please mail to:
Office of Graduate Admissions (MC 018)
University of Illinois at Chicago
Chicago, Illinois 60680-7994
For questions about the application process, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current UIC College of Nursing Graduate Students
Students who are currently in a graduate program at the College of Nursing should contact Phil Zack to complete a "Change of Record" form in order to add this certificate to your transcript.
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