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BSN Program

Students in nursing attire posing together

Where: Chalon Campus
When: Weekdays

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree (BSN) program allows students to gain a bachelor’s degree as well as clinical rotation experience — a combination which is in high demand by employers. Clinical rotations begin sophomore year and are limited to 12 students with one faculty member. Clinical rotations are scheduled two days each week, for six to 12 hours each day. Students must be able to provide their own transportation to clinical facilities. Rotations and courses include adult medical and surgical nursing in the sophomore year. Juniors focus on pediatric, mental health, maternal-newborn and advanced medical-surgical nursing. In the senior year, classes and rotations focus on community health, leadership, gerontology and the professional practice.

More Information

To learn more about Admission Requirements and Curriculum for the BSN program please visit our admissions page.

Nursing Admission - BSN

Transfer Candidates

Transfer candidates must complete 32 prerequisite units, including all science prerequisites. In addition, a minimum overall 3.0 GPA is required for consideration with a minimum 2.7 GPA in the required science courses.