Academics & Options


Admission Requirements

Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN)
GPA 2.75

Nursing Program Prerequisite & CSU GE-Breadth Area Courses

  • Oral Communication (A1)
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • Critical Thinking (A3)
  • Chemistry: General, inorganic, organic, or integrated (with associated lab if required at the institution where the course was taken) (B1, B3)
  • Human Anatomy (with required lab) (B2, B3)
  • Human Physiology (with required lab) (B2, B3)
  • Microbiology (with required lab) (B2, B3)
  • Statistics (B4)


BSN Nursing Courses

  • NRSG 348 [3]  Development for Professional Practice
  • NRSG 390 [3]  Nursing Informatics & Information Literacy & Competency
  • NRSG 350 [3]  Pathophysiology for Nursing Practice
  • NRSG 372 [3]  Health Assessment & Promotion Across the Lifespan
  • NRSG 470 [3]  Community/Public Health Nursing
  • NRSG 471 [3]  Community/Public Health Nursing Lab
  • HED 451 [3]  Nutrition for Healthy Communities
  • NRSG 460 [3]  Nursing Leadership & Management Dynamics
  • NRSG 490 [3]  Introduction to Nursing Research

Current RN's and new RN graduates, or those graduating by Spring 2024, can apply for the Fall 2024 part-time cohort beginning October 1st, 2023.

Program Roadmap


Part-Time Students

Semester 1 (Fall)

NRSG 348: Development for Professional Practice3
NRSG 390: Nursing Informatics and Information Literacy and Competency3

Semester 2 (Spring)

NRSG 372: Health Assessment and Promotion Across the Life Span3
NRSG 350: Pathophysiology for Nursing Practice3

Summer Semester

Upper Division GE Area C3Diversity and Common Ground
Upper Division GE Area D3Diversity and Common Ground

Semester 3 (Fall)

NRSG 470: Community/Public Health Nursing3
NRSG 471: Community/Public Health Nursing Lab 3Field-based class
HED 451 Nutrition for Healthy Communities3

Semester 4 (Spring)

NRSG 460: Nursing Leadership and Management Dynamics Notes: Capstone course3Capstone course
NRSG 490 Nursing Research3

Total Units for BSN Program
33 units