Applicants to the undergraduate full-time nursing program (BS in Nursing) are evaluated by the Office of Undergraduate Admission. Admission to the undergraduate nursing program is competitive.
Candidates must have:
- GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale)
- SAT score of 1000 ( minimum of 500 Math and 500 Reading/Writing)
The following college preparatory credentials are requirements for nursing candidates:
- English – 4 years
- Mathematics – 4 years (Algebra I, II, and Geometry, Pre-Calculus/Calculus/Statistics) with a grade of B or higher
- Natural Science – 4 years (2 with a laboratory including Chemistry. Anatomy and Physiology is also preferred) with a grade of B or higher
- History or Social Science – 3 years
- Foreign Language – 2 years of same language
Your passion for nursing won’t be put on hold. The School of Nursing’s direct admission policy means you enter as a freshman nursing major and begin the required courses for the nursing program of study on your first day.