New York University BSN
Basic Information: New York University is located in New York, New York. 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 New York University and to the College of Nursing.
Program Length: Students are admitted to the nursing program as a freshman, but they start taking nursing courses in their junior year.
Nursing Prerequisites: There are no actual prerequisite courses for this program. Students are recommended to take the following high school courses which include four years of English with heavy emphasis on writing, three or four years of mathematics, three or four years of laboratory sciences, three or four years of social studies, and three or four years of foreign language. A list of all classes taken during the BSN program can be found here.
Prior Classwork Information: Students must receive their high school diploma.
Application Information: The application to the College of Nursing can be found here. Application deadlines are November 1st for the Early Decision program and January 1st for regular applications. Application deadlines for transfer students are April 1st for Fall (best to apply by March 1st) and November 1st for Spring (best to apply by October 1st).
Admission Tests: No tests other than the ACT or SAT. If English is not your first language, you must take the Test of English as Foreign Language (TOEFL) exam.
Tuition: Tuition information can be found here.
Financial Aid/Scholarships: Financial aid and scholarship information can be found here.