(Schedule: see below.)
Options for Advanced Nursing Education
Please join us for one of our monthly evening information sessions if you desire an introduction to the School of Nursing at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF).
The sessions will include information on opportunities in advanced nursing education: our Master of Science (M.S.) programs, and Doctoral of Philosophy (Ph.D.) programs. Also included is our Masters Entry Program (MEPN) for college graduates wishing to enter the nursing profession. Sessions for the ADN to MS Pathway program (for RNs) may also be scheduled, as shown below.
Come learn about:
- Admission Requirements
- Application Deadlines
- Program Expenses; Financial Aid
- Core Classes
- Masters Entry Program in Nursing (MEPN)
(for students with BA/BS and new to the nursing profession)
- Overview of Masters Program Specialty Areas
- Doctoral Study
If you plan to attend, please register in advance by email; include within your email message the following information:
- Full Name
- Telephone (daytime, evening, cellular)
- Postal Mailing Address
- City of Residence
- City of Employment
To register for regular evening sessions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org [telephone (415) 476·1435].
For consultation related to options for advanced nursing education, email Recruiting Director Sergio Saenz at email@example.com or Associate Dean Judy Martin-Holland at firstname.lastname@example.org.
These information sessions are generally scheduled on the first Tuesday or the first Thursday in the first full week of each month, from 6:00 · 8:00 p.m. The following dates have been scheduled.
Schedule: Monthly Evening Information Sessions
(Please Register in Advance)
|Programs||Location *||Time, Day, and Date|
|All Programs||#N-217||6:00† - 8:00 p.m., Thurs., Sept. 4, 2014|
|* Location information (also see below): N = School of Nursing Bldg.,
HSW = Health Sciences West Tower, S = Medical Sciences Bldg., 513 Parnassus Ave.
COLE HALL INFORMATION: Cole Hall is an auditorium in the Medical Sciences Building at 513 Parnassus Ave.
see illustrations below for details and directions.
|† Doctoral / PhD topics begin after 6:30 p.m., prospective PhD students may arrive at 6:30.|
Dates/locations may change; before attending you may wish to re-visit this web page (at http://nursing.ucsf.edu/monthly-evening-information-sessions) for any updated information. For help and and for directions to your session room on our campus, please review the following section.
UCSF is San Francisco's second-largest employer; with worksites at several medical centers and several other city locations. The School of Nursing Building is part of the UCSF Parnassus Avenue Campus, located near Golden Gate Park in the "Inner Sunset District" neighborhood, on the western side of the city of San Francisco. Click city map (JPG) or city map (PDF) or the image at right to see UCSF's Parnassus Campus and Laurel Heights locations.
To reach the UCSF Parnassus Avenue Campus, obtain driving directions, or for public transportation and additional maps, please see the Directions to UCSF web page. Also available: www.ucsf.edu/maps (UCSF web page).
Upon arriving, note that some buildings cannot be directly viewed from Parnassus Avenue. It may be necessary to pass through the buildings at the curb, using interior stairs or elevators to reach your destination.
In particular, the School of Nursing Building ("N") is positioned uphill and behind the Clinical Sciences ("C") Building at 521 Parnassus Avenue. However, interior hallways connect floors two through seven of building C to building N.
Information sessions are usually held in the second-floor classrooms in the School of Nursing Building, or in the Health Sciences West Tower ("HSW"). Because of the sloping terrain, the ground-level floor of the Nursing building is floor number two, and the ground-level floor of HSW is floor number three.
You must use elevators or stairways to reach floor levels 2 and 3 from the building entrances on Parnassus Avenue.
The following illustrations (click to view at full size) may be helpful in guiding you to the appropriate campus building. Note that both campus illustrations show the view looking southward (uphill).