RN to BSN Admission Criteria
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RN-to-BSN Degree Completion:
Admission Criteria

ADMISSION TO PROGRAM: Students eligible for admission to the BSN completion program must

  • Be eligible for admission to the University and clinical component of nursing program
  • Have graduated from a state-approved nursing program
  • Have successfully passed, or have a reasonable expectation of passing, the NCLEX-RN exam prior to entry into NUR343-Z Transition to Professional Nursing
  • Possess an active license to practice nursing as a Registered Nurse in Michigan
  • Be clear of any limitations to practice nursing in the State of Michigan
  • Have completed all general education and pre-nursing courses with a minimum grade of "C"
  • Have attained and maintained a college GPA of 2.7 or above
  • Have completed the basic science and math requirements including 8 credits of Anatomy and Physiology, 4 credits of Microbiology, and 4 credits of Intermediate Algebra; or their equivalents

TRANSFER CREDITS: Students will be awarded transfer credit for the following:

  • General education and pre-nursing courses up to a max of 46 credits
  • A maximum of 30 credits of clinical nursing coursework at the ADN level
  • 24 credits for experiential learning pending approval of the submitted portfolio