Georgia State University BSN
Basic Information: Georgia State University is located in Atlanta, Georgia. In Fall 2013 there were 228 people who applied to the Georgia State University BSN program and 72 were admitted. 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: Students must apply to Georgia State University and the College of Nursing.
Program Length: Three years after all prerequisite classes are completed.
Nursing Prerequisites: Courses include English Composition I/II, Math Modeling or College Algebra, Human Anatomy & Physiology I/II with labs, Microbiology & Public Health with Lab, Statistics, Communication/Cultural Diversity, Abnormal Psychology, and Health & Human Development. Students must also take two science classes from the following list: Survey of Chemistry I /II with labs OR Introductory Biology I/II with Labs. Students must complete these classes with a grade of a C or better and a minimum cumulative prerequisite GPA of 3.3 or better.
Prior Classwork Information: The average GPA of students being admitted to the nursing program in Fall 2013 was 3.53. Students must have a cumulative GPA of 3.3 or higher.
Application Information: Deadlines for the College of Nursing are March 1st for fall admission and October 1st for spring admission. The application for the College of Nursing can be found here. The application for Georgia State University can be found here.
Admission Tests: Students must take the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) before applying to the nursing program. Georgia State University only accepts TEAS version 5.0. The average score on the TEAS for Fall 2013 was 85.3. International students must take the Georgia State Test of English Proficiency (GSTEP) or the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL).
Tuition: Tuition information can be found here.