Nursing (BSN)

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A Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) is a four (4) year degree program that prepares students for careers in nursing and qualifies them for continued academic and professional advancement as health professionals.

  • Main Campus: Students entering as freshmen can expect to study for eight (8) semesters in fall and spring. Transfer students will study for a minimum of six (6) semesters and up to eight (8) semesters, depending upon initial transfer credits and availability of clinical space. Transfer students will be informed of their length of study at the point of admission.
  • Sacramento Campus: The BSN program at the Sacramento campus is in partnership with the VA Northern California Health Care System and admits transfer students who have completed all clinical prerequisites. Sacramento campus BSN students can expect to study for six (6) consecutive semesters, fall, spring and summer, for a total program length of 2 years. VA NURSING PARTNERSHIP


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