Several Universities doesn’t require GRE Scores for Masters in Nursing admission.
Admission requirements change and vary between universities.
Following list of universities does not require GRE Scores for Masters in Nursing programs.
No GRE – Masters Nursing
Here is link average GRE Scores for Nursing Schools
- University of New Hampshire
- Regis University, Denver, Colorado
- Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore
- Walden University’s online Masters programs
- University of South Alabama
- University of Alabama at Birmingham (if undergrad GPA is above 3.5)
- Rutgers University does not require GRE.
- Monmouth University – Nursing GRE Not Required.
- George Washington University.
- University of Maryland.
- University of Nevada Las Vegas
- University of Phoenix
- Walden University
- South University
- Norwich University
- New York University – The GRE is not required for graduate admission.
- Stevens-Henager College
- Saint Joseph’s College of Maine
- George Washington University
- Excelsior College
- Loyola University New Orleans
- Seton Hall University
- Grand Canyon University
- Kaplan University
- Regis University
- University of Southern Indiana
- Indiana State University
- Ball State (Indiana)
- University of Texas at Arlington No, the GRE is not required for PhD in Nursing students
- University of Mary – Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) – GRE Not Required
- University of California – The GRE is NOT required for the M.S. Nursing program.
In the above list, GRE Score requirement is waived if under graduate GPA is higher than set minimum (usually 3.2)
If you come across other universities where GRE is not required for Nursing graduate degree programs, add a comment.