Students seeking to enter the program must have the following:
- A current license as a Registered Nurse in California
- Completed 60 semester units of baccalaureate-level transferable college credit
- Completed an AD or Diploma in nursing with a minimum of 30 semester units of nursing coursework, with a grade of C or better in each course
- Completed at least half of the University’s General Education breadth requirements, including college-level English composition, statistics, and critical thinking, with a grade of C or better
- Complete an acceptable college-level statistics course of at least 3 semester units with a grade of C or better
- Gained admission to the University with an overall grade point average of 2.75 or better
- Gained admission to the School of Nursing. Program admission is contingent upon meeting minimum requirements and passing a physical exam, drug screening and a background check.
The following prerequisites must be completed prior to admission to the nursing program.
Oral Communication/Speech Chemistry
Written English Composition Microbiology
Critical Thinking/Logic Anatomy