The RN-BSN completion track is available for registered nurses with an associate degree or diploma in nursing who meet University admission requirements. Clayton State participates in the Georgia Statewide Articulation Model.
Nursing application is separate from University application and admission. The program is 100% online and can be completed on a full-time or part-time basis. Graduates are prepared to practice in diverse health care settings, including hospitals, homes, clinics, hospice, industry, and community.
There is also an RN-MSN program option in Nursing Education or Leadership. Students will earn both BSN and MSN degrees simultaneously upon program completion in the only completely online program in the University System of Georgia. Reference Graduate Catalog for details.
- Unrestricted current nursing licensure in the United States or eligibility for licensure.
- College grade point average (GPA) of 2.00 on 4.00 scale.
- Completion of 45 semester hours of BSN core curriculum with grades of C (or K or S) or better in all natural and behavioral science, math and Area F courses at the time of application and 60 semesters hours at the time of enrollment in nursing program.
- Successful completion of the transition course HLTH3200-Pathophysiology for RNs.
- Successful completion of the legislative and overlay requirements.
- Eligible for clearance on criminal background check and drug screening.
International graduates, registered nurses who have been professionally inactive for four or more years and graduates of non-accredited programs may be required to validate nursing knowledge prior to acceptance. Candidates who have been dismissed from another nursing education program are ineligible.