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Admission Requirements for RN-BSN Program


1. Acceptance to the university. Call Admissions at 478-445-1283 
    for application deadline dates.        

2. Completion of all core curriculum requirements
    (Areas A-F) for the nursing major

3. Attainment of a cumulative or core curriculum GPA of 2.75 or higher

4. Attainment of a C or better in each of the following courses:

  • BIOL 2160 Human Anatomy & Physiology I
  • BIOL 2170 Human Anatomy & Physiology II
  • BIOL 3180 Microbiology
  • MATH 2600 Probability and Statistics
  • ENGL 1101 English Composition I

 5. Successful completion of the Legislative Requirements.   

6. Complete application to the RN-BSN Program.

7. A current resume

**Criteria for admission to the RN-BSN Articulation Program prescribed by the Georgia RN-BSN Articulation Plan (Effective December, 2003)

Georgia RN-BSN Articulation Plan

 1. Meet the program's admission requirements.
 
 2. Meet the program's general education entry
     requirements (core curriculum).

 3. Hold a current and valid license to practice as
     a registered professional nurse in the United States.
    
 4. Meet testing requirements if applicable.

 5. For Associate Degree or Diploma Degree Graduates
     of nursing programs in Georgia:

  • 0-4 years after graduation requires no testing/no clinical practice required.
  • >4 years after graduation with 1000 hours of clinical practice in the prior 3 years requires no testing.
  • >4 years after graduation with <1000 clinical practice hours in the previous 3 years - must be tested.


 For associate degree and diploma degree nurses from
 Non-NLNAC accredited programs  outside Georgia
 (including outside the United States), testing may be
 required. 



 

Contact Information
Tamette Farrington
Pre-Nursing Academic Advisor
220 Lanier Building, Center for Student Success
Campus Box 115
Milledgeville, GA 31061
Phone 478-445-2634
tamette.farrington@gcsu.edu 

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