Continuing Education Suite 220
The Basic Licensure Track of the BSN program admits two cohorts each year. Program admission is separate from University admission. Program applications are available online during designated time periods with corresponding KNAT dates.
Acceptance to this program is competitive,meaning that the most highly qualified applicants will be accepted into the class. Eligibility requirements include completion of core curriculum prior to program enrollment. Size and quality of applicant pool varies, so chance of admission is fluid. Typically, cohorts of 45-60 students are selected from 100-300 applicants.
The School of Nursing cannot address transfer credit inquiries prior to University acceptance and orientation attendance. Transfer evaluations are completed by the Registrar's Office on a course-by-course basis for each student. Transfer articulations are available at http://www.clayton.edu/registrar/transferequivalencies. This articulation should be used as a guide and does not guarantee that your courses will transfer over to Clayton State University. Potential transfer students can also register to attend a Majors Monday event at http://www.clayton.edu/admissions/events where they will receive a preliminary transcript evaluation and can meet with admission representatives and academic advisors.
Step 1—Apply to Clayton State University for undergraduate admission at http://admissions.clayton.edu/ as a transfer student and declare a Health Sciences major; cumulative GPA of 2.80 or above determines eligibility for pre-nursing. Note that transient and post-baccalaureate non-degree seeking University applicants are not eligible for separate nursing application.
Step 2—Attend University orientation to meet advisor, review transfer credit, register in program prerequisites. Plan to take the nursing program prerequisite of HLTH3201-Pathophysiology during the first semester of enrollment at Clayton State PRIOR to nursing program admission.
Step 3—Submit separate program application including entrance exam and interview for qualified applicants; *program application availability and KNAT dates correspond.
To seek Fall nursing admission
To seek Spring nursing admission
Apply to University for Spring by November 15
Apply to University for Fall by July 15
Attend University orientation between November—January
Attend University orientation between April—August
Apply to program for Fall between January 2—February 15*
Apply to program for Spring between August 1—September 15*