Prerequisite for BSN-B

BSN-B Admission Policy:

In addition to the general college admission requirements, students seeking entrance into the BSN-B program must have met the following criteria:
  • College GPA of 2.75 on a 4.0 scale or greater
  • Completion of all required prerequisite general education courses with a grade of C or higher

The Registrar will evaluate the student transcript and complete a credit guide to formally approve the following specific courses that must be taken with a C or above. Science courses must be taken within the last 7 years from the date of enrollment in the program. One of the following courses may be taken in the first semester of the BSN-B program (with the exception of Anatomy and Physiology I or II or Microbiology) in order to be full-time.
 
Anatomy & Physiology I
4
Anatomy & Physiology II
4
Microbiology
4
Advanced Science
4
Psychology
3
Growth and Development
3
Sociology
3
Anthropology
3
Ethics
3
College Algebra
3
Statistics
3
English Comp. I
3
Oral Communication
3
English Comp. II
3
Humanities Electives X 2
6
Total General Education Credits
52

 

Note: BSN-B students must progress through the curriculum as prescribed. A student cannot change program “at will.” A change would necessitate reapplication with no guarantee of acceptance in the ASN Program. BSN-A and BSN-B students must complete the entire Bachelor of Science program of study before being eligible to apply for NCLEX-RN