The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree is for students interested in obtaining initial licensure as a Registered Nurse. It is a full-time program of study that begins each fall and spring semester. The program requires students to be available days, evenings and weekends as they rotate through a variety of clinical experiences in hospitals and medical facilities throughout a 50-mile radius of campus. Information about application procedures, program prerequisites, and core curriculum can be found under the Students link.
Students with an interest in nursing are admitted to Clayton State University as a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences major with a track of pre-nursing. Separate application to this competitive admission program is required upon completion of 60 hours of lower division requirements and transition course HLTH 3200 Pathophysiology. Students not admitted to this competitive admission program may continue with the Bachelor of Health Sciences degree in consultation with academic advisor to determine appropriate track and career path.