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- Does Columbia Nursing offer undergraduate degrees?
- As a graduate school, Columbia Nursing does not offer a four- year undergraduate program. However, our combined BS/MS Entry to Practice is open to those who have received an undergraduate degree in a non-nursing field and wish to make a career change.
- Does Columbia Nursing offer distance learning?
- Columbia Nursing does not offer distance learning, but classes are frequently computer resource enhanced.
- Is part-time study available?
- Columbia Nursing offers part-time study for all of programs except for the ETP (year one), the Nurse Anesthesia and Nurse Midwifery Master’s specialties, and the doctoral programs.
- How are decision letters distributed?
- Decision letters are posted to the online application. Once decisions are made, a notification email will be sent to the applicant.
- Does Columbia Nursing accept transfer credits from other schools?
- Advanced standing for a course already successfully completed elsewhere may be granted on an individual basis to students as either 1) transfer credits, 2) credit by exam, or 3) course exemption. No more than nine credits of coursework will be accepted for Advanced Standing. Of these nine credits, a maximum of six may be transfer credits. Only courses taken before enrolling at Columbia Nursing will be considered. Course exemption, not transfer credit, may be granted for coursework which has been applied to an earlier degree but is deemed similar to Columbia Nursing course requirements. Learn more at the CUMC Housing Web Site
- Is on-campus housing available?
- More than 1,000 students reside on the Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) Campus in University accommodations. Both single student and couples housing is available for as many incoming students as possible. Although on-campus housing is not guaranteed, every effort is made to provide on-campus housing to students who live outside the metropolitan area.
- Does Columbia Nursing offer any resources for international applicants?
- CUMC's International Student and Scholars Office provides advice and counseling to international students on housing, financial issues, visas, extensions of stay, work permission, temporary departure from the United States, transfer from Columbia to another school, and termination of study. Learn more at the International Student and Scholars Office Web site.