RN to BSN: Admissions
- Submission of a University application (transfer students only).
- Completion of a diploma or Associate Degree in Nursing with a cumulative grade-point average of 2.75 or higher.
- Active and unrestricted RN license to practice without probationary status.
- Completion of University required coursework and of Nursing prerequisite courses outlined below.
- A grade of 2.0 or higher in each science prerequisite.
- Submission of a College application, two letters of recommendation, curriculum vita or resume and essay.
WRA 110: Writing Rhetoric
MTH 1825: Intermediate Algebra
ISS 2xx: Social Science
IAH 201-210: Humanities I
IAH 211+: Humanities II
College of Nursing Requirements
CEM 141: General Chemistry
CEM 161: Chemistry Lab
ANTR 350: Anatomy
PSY 101: Introductory Psychology
PSL 250 or 310: Introductory Physiology
HDFS 225: Eco of Human Lifespan Development
MMG 201: Microbiology
MMG 302: Microbiology Lab
STT 200: Statistics
Students are encouraged to utilize transfer.msu.edu to determine course equivalencies for transferred courses. Course equivalencies to the prerequisite may be accepted from other universities and will be reviewed to see if they will be accepted.
The College of Nursing admits on a rolling basis for the BSN for Registered Nurses program with a fall semester start each year.
|The U.S. Department of Education requires an institution offering distance education programs to acquire authorization from the states in which it operates. Specific regulations vary from state to state.|
|Arkansas and Maryland|
|Michigan State University is not seeking authorization in Arkansas or Maryland. Students whose resident address is in Arkansas or Maryland at the time of application for admission to Michigan State University are not eligible to apply to MSU online programs.|
|District of Columbia, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, New Mexico, New York and North Carolina
|The College of Nursing will not be offering certain online programs to students whose resident address is in the District of Columbia, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, New Mexico, New York and North Carolina at the time of application for admission to Michigan State University.