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St. Catherine's Master Direct Entry Nursing


I cannot find any thread relating to St.Catherine's Master Direct Entry Nursing program staring this spring 2016. I would love to start one and would live to know all who applied. I understand the due date has just pasted. Please please share share share. Even those who was previous students, please comment down below with your experience and anything else you would suggest. Thanks you!!

I also applied to this program and haven't seen much on here about it. Have you heard anything from them yet? I haven't.

St. Catherine was suppose to send out acceptance letter mid August, but it got delayed. They emailed out that it will be sent out at the end of August.

I received my acceptance letter this past Monday. I'm so excited! I can't wait!


I received an acceptance letter as well but will probably decline their offer.

I also got accepted. I am very excited!! See you there on orientation day!!

Congrats! What have you decided on @kxvang?

Unfortunately I could not accept their offer. Congrats to you and good luck!


I'm apply for the St.Catherine's Master of nursing Direct Entry, I have recently finished my bachelors and I did outstanding on my pre-req, how likely would it be for me to get in without experience in the nursing field?

For those of you who got accepted, what have you done in the application process to be outstanding applicant? or in general how did you standout?

It's been 2 years since you all posted but I was wondering how it is going? I just got accepted and would love feedback and reviews on the program? What do you like, what don't you like? I'm a nontraditional student coming from another field and I have small kids at home ages 2 and 4, will this be impossible? Did you work during the program? What was the schedule and course load like?

I also have a St. Kate's question - being a Catholic school, can any graduates opine/give information about their repo health services curriculum (I'm guessing in OBGYN class/clinicals) in the nursing program? I am interested in this program as a backup to UMN/Metro State but would absolutely not attend if comprehensive repo was specifically uncovered/avoided for ideological reasons - i.e. birth control, abortion care, etc. Thanks!

I just got accepted for the spring'18 start. Would love some feed back please :)