Interested in the Three Year BSN program?
Are you interested in a career where you can make a difference in someone's life? If so, you may be interested in exploring a career in nursing. The Baccalaureate Program in Nursing (BSN) is offered at Kent State University-Geauga. All courses to complete the degree are offered at the Geauga Campus in Burton. After completing a year of prerequisites, applicants apply for admission to the nursing program. Once admitted to the program, students attend classes all year long. This allows the students to complete a four year college degree in three calendar years.
Students who successfully complete the BSN program will be eligible to take the NCLEX exam to earn their licensure to become a Registered Nurse (RN).
Quick Facts about the Kent State University Geauga Campus BSN Program:
- Housed at the Geauga Campus in Burton. All classes are held at the Geauga Campus. Clinicals are held at a variety of health care agencies in Northeast Ohio.
- Admission is selective.
- Students must apply to the BSN program in early March through the College of Nursing website.
- Students who apply to the program must earn 30 credit hours with a minimum of a 2.75 cumulative GPA and a combined 2.75 GPA in the first-year sciences.
- Students must complete prerequisite coursework before applying to the program:
- BSCI 20020: Biological Structure and Function
- BSCI 20021: Microbiology
- CHEM 10050: Fundamentals of Chemistry
- CHEM 10052: Introduction to Organic Chemistry
- US 10097: First Year Experience
- NURS 10050: Introduction to Professional Nursing
- ENG 11011: College Writing I
- PSYC 11762: General Psychology
- SOC 12050: Introduction to Sociology
- After admission to the program, students attend classes for six (6) semesters including summers.
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Click here for a roadmap of courses required for the BSN program at Kent State Geauga.