Transfer Admissions Requirements: Nursing

Established in 1909 as the first nursing school on a university campus in the United States, the School of Nursing is recognized as one of the best in the field. Continuing its tradition of preparing leaders in the profession of nursing, the school offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) as a foundation for professional practice and graduate study.

The four-year B.S.N. program consists of one year of prerequisite courses and a three-year nursing sequence. Students are admitted to the three-year sequence after completing the prerequisites. Admission is once a year for the upcoming fall semester. The program has a full-time, day school curriculum and has two locations, one in the Twin Cities and one in Rochester. Rochester is the primary location for Nursing transfer students. Transfer admission to the Twin Cities location is limited to a small number of students who complete prerequisite coursework at Saint Paul College.

Degree options: Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.)

School of Nursing Transfer Information