Arizona State University BSN
Basic School Information: Arizona State University is located in Phoenix, Arizona. This program is set up for the entry-level freshman wishing to gain their BSN or transfer students who have completed their general education requirements.
Must Dos: You must apply to Arizona State University and meet with an academic counselor. They determine your readiness for the program. After this, you must attend an advancement workshop class through Arizona State University. You must also apply to Arizona State University and the School of Nursing.
Program Length: During the first four semesters students take their prerequisite classes for the nursing program. The next (and last) four semesters students take the upper division nursing classes. These last four semesters may be completed in a year-round, 16-month long program or in a regular academic program taking 24 months.
Nursing Prerequisites: Courses include Anatomy and Physiology with Lab, Human Development, Introduction to Chemistry, First Year English Composition I and II, Healthcare Ethics, Introduction to Nursing and Healthcare, Culture and Health, Pathophysiology, Humanities or Social Science class, College Math, Microbiology with Lab, Nutrition, Psychology, Statistics, and an Elective class. A list of all required classes can be found here. Students must have a 3.25 GPA in prerequisite classes.
Prior Classwork Information: Residents must be first time freshman, have at least a 3.0 GPA or 500 GED, and a 1040 SAT or 22 ACT composite score. Non-residents must have at least a 3.0 GPA or 500 GED, and 1040 SAT or 24 ACT composite score. Ideal candidates have at least a 3.5 GPA and 1200 SAT or 26 ACT composite score.
Application Information: Application information can be found here.
Admission Tests: Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) must be taken prior to admission. Minimum grade to be accepted is 58.7%.
Tuition: Tuition information can be found here.