The professional nursing program (B.S.N.) consists of a total 125 credit hours: 58 credits in liberal arts and science courses and 67 credits in nursing. Admission to the professional nursing program is highly competitive. Each fall and spring semester, 45 students are selected for admission. To be considered for admission to the professional nursing program students must:
The sequencing of the professional nursing program curriculum is critical. Students must complete designated course requirements for each level in the nursing program before progressing to the next level. Please review the sample professional nursing program of study and undergraduate student handbook for more information regarding the curriculum and course sequencing.To remain in good standing within the professional nursing curriculum, students must achieve a grade of C or better in all nursing courses and maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or above. No nursing courses may be repeated without review and approval by the Student Affairs Committee.