The Marquette Adult-Older Adult Acute Care Nurse Practitioner program in Indianapolis is designed for practicing RNs who want to advance their careers in adult-older adult acute care. As a result, the ACNP program admissions process is straightforward and geared toward the BSN-educated working nurse.
To get started on the ACNP program admissions process, the first step is to contact an adviser by filling out the online form or calling our toll-free number.
Your adviser can answer all your questions about the ACNP program, admissions requirements and how to complete the application. He or she can also help guide you on completing any necessary prerequisites and work with you to determine a target start date.
To prepare for your adviser discussion, be sure to review the admissions requirements for the program and collect any information you know will be needed for the application, such as past transcripts.
The Marquette University ACNP program allows you to submit all your application materials online through the Nursing CAS portal.
You will select the Adult-Older ACNP program in Indiana.
You must be able to prove that you have an active, unrestricted RN license in your state. Applicants must also have at least a year of nursing experience caring for adults in acute care settings before admission.
The following information must then be submitted through Nursing CAS:
If you have additional questions about Marquette’s ACNP program admissions requirements or qualifying for certification as an acute care NP, contact an adviser at (866) 891-8443.
Prospective Adult-Older Adult Acute Care Nurse Practitioner program students must meet specific education requirements in order to qualify for the ACNP program, including a GRE score and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from a regionally-accredited, US-based institution. Your adviser can help you determine your eligibility.
Your admissions adviser serves as your personal advocate and supporter throughout the application process. She can keep you on track, offer advice, and act as your cheerleader while you complete prerequisites, gather documents, and complete your GRE.