Gonzaga University BSN
Basic Information: Gonzaga is located in Spokane, Washington. Students must start the BSN program at Gonzaga; they are not allowing for transfer students at this time.
Must Dos: Students must apply to Gonzaga and to the College of Nursing.
Program Length: Students apply to the nursing program during high school and start in fall of their freshman year. Students can select a program that is either eight or nine semesters long for completing their BSN.
Nursing Prerequisites: Prerequisite and GU Core curriculum classes include English Composition, Speech, Critical Thinking, three religion courses, Human Nature, Ethics, Healthcare Ethics (taken during Senior year), Literary Themes or Genres, Special Topics (in English Literature), Biology Diversity of Life, Chemistry, Professional Nursing in Complex Adaptive Systems, Statistics, Growth & Development, Microbiology with Lab, Anatomy & Physiology I/II, Psychology, and Sociology. Students must achieve a grade of at least a C or better in all prerequisite classes.
Prior Classwork Information: During the student's first two years at Gonzaga, students must have at least a 2.9 cumulative GPA.
Application Information: The application to Gonzaga can be found here.
Admission Tests: The ACT or SAT must be completed for applying to the program.
Tuition: Tuition information can be found here.
Financial Aid/Scholarships: Financial aid information and scholarship information can be found here.