The Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree (B.S.N) program is designed for students to meet present and future needs in the health care system. Graduates of the B.S.N program, which is approved by the California Board of Registered Nurses and accredited by the Collegiate Commission on Nursing Education, are eligible to take the NCLEX-RN licensure exam qualify for the Public Health Nursing Certificate. The deadline for the Fall start term is February 1.
To be considered for admission, you must complete the application process by the application deadline. All of the required documents are to be in the Office of Admission or post-marked by February 1 for the Fall start term.
Tuition is approximately $31,924 per year
Room/Board: $10,530 per year
Financial Aid Information.
In order to be considered for admission, students must have:
|Chemistry w/ lab or Physics w/ lab*||4 Units|
|Human Anatomy w/ lab*||4 Units|
|Human Physiology w/lab *||4 Units|
|Microbiology w/lab *||4 Units|
|General Psychology||3 Units|
|Lifespan/Developmental Psychology||3 Units|
|English 1A||6 Units|
|Public Speaking||2 Units|
|Introduction to Sociology||3 Units|
Attention potential BSN candidates Effective Fall 2013, students enrolled in the Traditional BSN Program must take the required nutrition course sophomore year at MSMC. Nutrition courses taken at other institutions will not be accepted as meeting our degree requirement.
* Indicates courses that must have been completed within five years prior to admission.
*Effective Fall 2009, a student may repeat a course required for the nursing major no more than once. Failure (C- and below) of any two required science or pre-requisite courses results in non-admission.
With these classes completed and/or in progress for completion, you may now submit your application. All of the required documents below are to be in the Admissions office or post-marked by February 1.
Due to the high volume of applicants, the Office of Admission is unable to provide prospective nursing candidates with course equivalencies for classes taken at 4 year colleges and universities. Please visit the attached link, /campus-resources/college-catalogs.asp, to view the Mount St. Mary’s College catalog and compare your equivalent courses.
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