The University of XXXX (UXX) is my first choice to earn my Master’s Degree in NursingMSN for several reasons, most of all the sheer excellence of the program. I obtained my BSN at UXX, and I hope to prepare myself as thoroughly as possible at UXX to give my all to Acute Care Nursing as a Certified Nurse Practitioner. My time at UXX as an undergraduate nursing student was the best. As a graduate student, I seek to recapture this energy and happiness, living it again on a new, more rigorous, and demanding level.
I finished my BSN at UXX with a 3.9 GPA and completed one graduate-level course required for your MSN Program, Advanced Pathophysiology. Critical Care Pharmacology is one course I am incredibly excited about taking if accepted because I am developing a specific interest in this area. This is yet another reason I have my heart set on UXX because most acute care nurse practitioner programs only offer one pharmacology course, and UXX offers two.
I feel strongly that the nursing profession should be engaged with its community. This is the primary reason I hope to earn the MSN Degree at the University of XXXX, located in my hometown, where I was born and raised, XXXX, FL. Furthermore, I live only 20 minutes away from the campus. I am applying for the Acute Care Nurse Practitioner track because I have nine years of critical care experience and your program at UXX is the ideal fit for my career advancement in the area I know best. Pharmacology and medication issues in the acute care environment are the center of my world; and the area in which I hope to contribute to literature for decades to come.
I currently serve in a 28-bed CVICU with an extremely high patient acuity rate. My devotion to my patients and my nursing responsibilities are complete, 100%; I believe this will enable me to excel as a researcher in the future and as a practitioner. I want to play a much more significant role in managing every aspect of my patient’s care, with particular attention to hemodynamic stability and airway, pre-, intra-, and post-operatively. I have been an ICU nurse for over nine years, and I am ready for any patient entering my unit.
After finishing my ADN Degree in 2007, I began working in a vascular ICU and have served in the CVICU for the last three years. I read about medications, hemodynamics, pathophysiology, and medical technology in my spare time.
Acute care is my professional life, and I thank you for considering my application to your distinguished MSN Program at UX.