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Applications for Fall 2014 semester will be available on January 20, 2014. The deadline for the applications is February 28, 2014 at 4 PM. Applications received after the deadline are considered ineligible and will not be evaluated.
All applicants, including current Armstrong students, must turn in official transcripts from current and previous colleges attended. Transcripts must be attached to the paper application. When filling out a transcript request form, make sure the transcripts are sent to you, not our department. Students must be accepted to Armstrong before they can apply for the BSN program.
If you are transferring to Armstrong from another University, click here to see if your courses are equivalent.
Applications for Spring 2015 semester will be available September or October 2014. The deadline for the applications is TBA. Applications received after the deadline are considered ineligible and will not be evaluated.
Admission to the BSN program is very competitive. Armstrong's nursing program admits 80 students each Spring and Fall semester. Applications for Fall admission will be available during the Spring semester. Applications for Spring admission will be available during the Fall Semester.
Admission Criteria to the Department Of Nursing’s (DON) BSN Major - Traditional and Post-Baccalaureate
Admission to Armstrong Atlantic State University. All transfer credits must be evaluated by the Registrar’s office and posted on the Armstrong transcript upon official acceptance to the University.
Must be able to meet the Core Performance Standards.
A minimum GPA of 3.0 on all attempted courses on the Program of Study for the DON.
Must score at the proficient level or higher on ATI's Test of Essential Academic Skills Version 5 (TEAS 5). Test offered through Testing Services on Armstrong campus.
Successful completion of 54 semester hours in appropriate core courses prior to admission.
Sciences in Area F must have been completed within the past 10 years and with a grade of C or higher, including Post-baccalaureate students.
A grade of C or higher is required for Core Areas A, D, and F courses.
Repeating more than one course or repeating one course more than once in Areas A, D, or F to earn a passing grade of C or better, makes the student ineligible for admission.
Post-baccalaureate students must complete Area D’s Math 2200 Elementary Statistics and Area F with a grade of C or higher.
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