Both tracks of the BSN program require that students complete the following prerequisites prior to program enrollment.
AREA F – Lower Division Program Requirements (18 hours)
||Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab (4 hours)
||Human Anatomy and Physiology II with Lab (4 hours)
||Microbiology with Lab (4 hours)
||Introduction to Human Development (3 hours)
||Approved Lower Division Elective(s) (3+ hours)
*MATH1231-Introductory Statistics required unless satisfied in area D2; CHEM1151-1151L-Survey of Chemistry I with Lab required unless satisfied in area D1.
Transition Course (3 hours)
||Pathophysiology (3 hours)
*HLTH3201 is not offered at many schools; transfer students should plan on completing at Clayton State during first semester of enrollment prior to nursing program admission. Note that BIOL1151-1151L and CHEM1151-1151L or CHEM1211-1211L is prerequisite and must be satisfied with grades of C or better prior to enrollment; BIOL1152-1152L is a pre- or co-requisite.
Clayton State students will satisfy United States and Georgia constitution and history requirements through completion of appropriate coursework in core curriculum. Alternate coursework and/or testing may be appropriate for transfer students. Refer to the Catalog for details; general information available through the Testing Center.