TRADITIONAL BSN PROGRAM



The Traditional BSN Program is a four-year curriculum plan that begins in August each year and ends in May. Traditional program requirements include completion of 28 course credit hours toward the nursing major including prerequisite courses.

The following prerequisite courses must be completed prior to admission to the Traditional Program:

Code Course Credit
BIOL 215 and 216 Anatomy and Physiology I and II 6-8
CHEM 101 or 103 Chemistry (must include a lab) 4
ENGL 103 English 3
Total: 13-15


TRANSFER BSN PROGRAM



The Transfer BSN Program is a two-year curriculum plan that begins in May or August of each year and ends in May or December. Transfer Program admission requirements include completion of all non-nursing required courses or transfer with an AA, BS, or BA degree from a regionally-accredited institution.

The following prerequisite courses must be completed prior to admission to the Transfer Program:

Code Course Credit
BIOL 215 and 216 Anatomy and Physiology I and II 6-8
CHEM 101 or 103 Chemistry (must include a lab) 4
BIOL 222 Microbiology 4
BIOL 221 Nutrition 3
PSYC 210 Human Growth & Development 3
MATH 205 Elementary Statistics 3
Total: 23-25


SECOND DEGREE TO BSN PROGRAM



The Second Degree BSN Program is a 16-month curriculum plan that begins in May and ends in September of the subsequent year. Admission requirements include completion of a BS or BA degree from a regionally-accredited institution. The following prerequisite courses must be completed prior to admission to the Second Degree Program:

Code Course Credit
BIOL 215 and 216 Anatomy and Physiology I and II 6-8
CHEM 101 or 103 Chemistry must include a lab 4
BIOL 222 Microbiology 4
BIOL 221 Nutrition 3
PSYC 210 Human Growth & Development 3
MATH 205 Elementary Statistics 3
Total: 23-25​