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Applying to Nebraska Methodist College

Ready to get your healthcare career started?

With a healthcare degree or certificate from Nebraska Methodist College, you’ll be on your way to a rewarding career in a field that’s in high demand. While the online application is the same for most programs, admissions criteria and application deadlines may differ depending on your degree program.

Please review your program admissions criteria before applying online. The application takes about 10 minutes to complete. Additional application materials should be submitted to admissions@methodistcollege.edu.

 

On-Campus Undergraduate

With a combination of classroom learning and practical application, our undergraduate programs prepare students to become licensed healthcare professionals.

Online Health Professions

Our online health professional programs prepare students to become licensed healthcare professionals. Online course schedules allow for more flexibility and convenience.

Online Nursing

Designed for busy professionals like you, online course schedules are more flexible and convenient so you can earn your degree while balancing your professional and personal responsibilities.

BSN to DNP

Our two-year Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program provides advanced practice nurses with the theory and skills to expand their leadership. 

Doctor of Education

Our Doctor of Education prepares students for leadership roles at healthcare and academic organizations. It requires a Capstone project rather than a dissertation and can be finished in less time. 

Master of Occupational Therapy

Applications to our Occupational Therapy degree program are managed through OTCAS.

Need Help Applying?

You can reach out to our admission services staff anytime for help finding information about deadlines and application requirements. They can also help answer questions about college admission requirements and confirm your application status.

Admissions Policies

All students seeking admission must complete the application for admission and other requested documents before a decision can be determined. All materials become the property of Nebraska Methodist College and are not copied or returned. Nebraska Methodist retains the right to request further information, if deemed important, to fully consider a student's application. Admission may be invalidated if granted on the basis of erroneous information or if facts required in the application process are intentionally concealed or omitted.

The Admissions Office receives and processes applications, transcripts and other supporting documentation for all certificate and degree programs. Correspondence concerning admission documents and general requests for information may be directed to:

Nebraska Methodist College Admissions Office
720 North 87th Street
Omaha, NE, 68114
(402) 354-7200
admissions@methodistcollege.edu