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Offered at our main campus in Tallahassee, Florida, our nationally accredited BSN program provides quality preparation and on-the-job experience. The traditional Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program is a limited access/limited enrollment upper division major comprised of sequential course offerings and elective courses. The BSN program is a two term admit process which takes place in Fall and Spring of each year.  We admit 72 students each Fall and Spring semesters. Graduates of the BSN program are well-prepared for the national licensure exam to become a registered nurse (RN), and have the foundation necessary to pursue higher education. The BSN program is a 2-year course of study. Students are admitted through a competitive application process to the College of Nursing program after they have completed the nursing prerequisites as well as all Liberal Studies/General Education requirements and a minimum of sixty (60) semester hours of courses that fulfill General Education per the FSU catalog OR an Associate of Arts (A.A.) from a Florida public institution.

The College of Nursing recognizes that many colleges and universities are offering the option of S/U grading in place of traditional letter grades (A, B, C, etc) for Spring semester, in light of changes to course content delivery associated with COVID pandemic. If you intend on applying to the BSN program, we highly encourage you to select the option of letter grades for work completed Spring Letter grades are encouraged for the following courses:

* CHM General Chemistry I for Science Majors

* BSC General Biology for Science Majors

* HUN Science of Nutrition

* BSC & Lab Anatomy & Physiology I and Lab

* BSC & Lab Anatomy & Physiology II and Lab

* MCB & Lab General Microbiology and Lab

If you received an S/U grade for any of the pre-requisite during the Spring semester, please complete the form below for EVERY pre-requisite and send to [email protected] 

FSU Nursing S/U Letter Grade Form

For details on prerequisite and eligibility requirements, please refer to the Additional Information section on Advising. 

For up-to-date application deadlines, please refer to How To Apply.

If you have additional questions, please contact one of the academic advisors in the College of Nursing.

For More Detailed Information & To Answer Questions:

Please contact the FSU College of Nursing Office of Student Services.

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College: Nursing
Degree: BSN
Limited Access: Yes

Contact: Nikki Ross Davis
Address: Duxbury Hall, 98 Varsity Way Tallahassee, FL
Phone: ()
Email: [email protected]


Description of Major
Nurses with a baccalaureate degree in nursing are in high demand for a variety of positions within hospitals and other health care agencies in communities. These nurses advance rapidly into positions of increasing responsibility and leadership in nursing. The nursing program is an upper division major with required sequential course offerings and elective courses in nursing. The nursing courses are based on concepts and principles from liberal studies, the supporting biological and behavioral sciences and nursing theory. This theoretical base is used with the nursing process in the systematic development of care plans for providing nursing care to individuals and groups in a variety of health care settings.

The principal goal of nursing is to provide essential personal and social services to humans through the conscious selection of activities designed to assist in meeting client needs, while protecting legal rights and human dignity. For the professional nurse, this goal is accomplished through the application of the nursing process and facilitated through the use of research. Through utilization of the nursing process, enhanced by interdisciplinary collaboration, the professional nurse guides the individual, family and/or group toward achievement and maintenance of a state of optimal physical and psychosocial health. The graduate is committed to personal, intellectual and professional development and has the foundation for graduate study. Graduates qualify to take the licensing examination for professional nursing.

The College admits upper-division transfer students who have successfully completed the program prerequisites and have competitive GPA's. Upper-division transfer applicants should note that in addition to the regular University application, they must also complete an online application for the College of Nursing, http://nursing.fsu.edu/programs/bsn . Please see “Admissions Requirements” below.


Prerequisite Coursework

Prerequisite Coursework:
The following courses or their equivalent must be completed prior to beginning major coursework in the junior year. 12 hours of these will be used to satisfy General Education requirements (6 hours Natural Sciences, 3 hours Social Sciences, 3 hours for the second mathematics course).

*All prerequisite courses must be completed by the end of the Spring semester prior to entering the program in the Fall or by the end of the Summer semester prior to entering the program in the Spring.

BSC X, XL (3,1) Anatomy & Physiology I with lab, or acceptable alternative
BSC X, XL (3,1) Anatomy & Physiology II with lab, or acceptable alternative
CHM (3) General Chemistry I or CHM Chemistry for Allied Health
BSC XX10 Biology for Science Majors
FAD at FSU or DEP X (3) Developmental Psychology or acceptable alternative
HUN X (3) Science of Nutrition
MCB and MCBL at FSU or MCB XC (4) Microbiology with lab or acceptable alternative
PSY XXXX (3) Psychology or SOP XXXX (3) Social Psychology or SYG XXXX (3) Sociology
STA 2XXX (3) Statistics or acceptable alternative

*The Nursing program strongly recommends that applicants have BOTH a Psychology and a Sociology course.

Note: State-wide common prerequisites are always under review. For the most current information and for acceptable alternative courses, visit the “Common Prerequisites Manual.” This is available from the “Student Services” section of http://www.flvc.org .

As part of the admissions process, applicants that meet the minimum criteria will be required to attend a face-to-face interview.

Students with questions about prerequisites should email the College of Nursing at [email protected]

*Please refer to nursing.fsu.edu for current and updated information. Changes for Nursing class of Both chemistry and biology courses will be required. All prerequisites must be completed with a B minus or above. Only two prerequisite courses may be in progress the spring of application (lecture and lab count as one course.) *

Admission Requirements to Major Program of Studies
The Florida State University College of Nursing admits students for the Fall and Spring semesters only and requires a special application with deadlines of January 22nd for Fall admit term and July 1st for Spring admit term. How to apply to the College of Nursing is available online at http://nursing.fsu.edu/programs/bsn . Transfer students must also complete the University transfer application, three months prior to the College of Nursing application. All prerequisites must be completed with a final grade of B minus or higher by the end of the spring or summer semester all depending on what admit term you are applying for..

The College of Nursing admits students based on a holistic application process. The College of Nursing admits 72 students in each Fall and Spring semester. Students will be selected based on the following criteria:

1) Completion of General Education requirements and attainment of junior standing or completion of an AA degree from a Florida public community college or state university with minimum acceptable cumulative GPA of ; and

2) Completion of required prerequisites with a minimum average in prerequisite science courses, and minimum of a grade of B minus or better in each prerequisite.

Availability of faculty and clinical resources will determine the number of students to be admitted. Students not accepted at the time of initial application may apply for the following admit term.

If admitted to the upper-level major, Nursing students are required to submit results of a health examination, immunization record, proof of health insurance, a two-year certification in CPR, criminal background check, and drug screening. For more information please visit: http://nursing.fsu.edu/programs.bsn .


Requirements

Major Program of Studies at FSU for the traditional program in Nursing (BSN): (60 hours)
Expenses (subject to change): uniforms, lab coat, shoes, stethoscope and other accessories - $; standardized testing program - $; textbooks - $ per semester average; clinical laboratory fee per credit hour - $ Nursing majors are responsible for transportation expenses related to clinical experiences. They are also required to carry University health and accident insurance. Students may have scheduled clinical experiences outside the Tallahassee area, either during the week or on weekends. If the agency is located far enough away to require overnight accommodations, the cost of these arrangements is the responsibility of the student, as is the travel to and from the agency.

Term 5: Fall (16 hours)
NUR (3) Foundations of Nursing Practice
NUR L (2) Foundations of Nursing Practice Lab
NUR (3) Health Assessment, Wellness & Prevention Across the Lifespan
NUR L (1) Health Assessment, Wellness &Prevention Across the Lifespan Lab
NUR (4) Pathophysiological Concepts in Nursing
NUR (2) Pharmacological Concepts in Nursing
NUR L (1) Integrated Skills Lab

Term 6: Spring (15 hours)
NUR (3) Nursing Care of Adults with Acute/Chronic Health Disorders
NUR L (3) Nursing Care of Adults with Acute/Chronic Health Disorders Lab
NUR (4) Nursing Care of Vulnerable Populations
NUR L (3) Nursing Care of Vulnerable Populations Lab
NUR (2) Professional Perspectives in Nursing

Term 7: Fall (16 hours)
NUR (4) Nursing Care of Women, Children, and Families
NUR L (3) Nursing Care of Women, Children, and Families Lab
NUR (4) Nursing Care of Adults and Populations with Complex Health Disorders
NUR L (3) Nursing Care of Adults and Populations with Complex Health Disorders Lab
NUR (2) Evidence Based Nursing

Term 8: Spring (13 hours)
NUR c (3) Nursing Leadership in Systems of Care
NUR (6) Professional Nursing Internship
NUR/NSP XXXX (3) Nursing Elective
NUR (1) Population Health in Nursing

Computer Skills Competency: (0 hours beyond major)
NUR is an approved computer skills competency course.

Oral Communication Competency: ( hours)
Students must demonstrate the ability to orally transmit ideas and information clearly. This requirement may be met with an approved college-level course. NUR Communication in Health Care, a Nursing elective, is an approved oral communication competency course.

Minimum Program Requirements - Summary (Traditional Program)
Total Hrs. Required
General Education 36
Prerequisite Coursework (beyond what may be counted toward General Education)
Major Coursework 60
Computer Skills 0 beyond major courses
Oral Competency
Electives to bring total hours to


Mapping
Mapping is FSU’s academic advising and monitoring system. Academic progress is monitored each Fall and Spring semester to ensure that students are on course to earn their degree in a timely fashion. Transfer students must meet mapping guidelines to be accepted into their majors. You may view the map for this major at www.academic-guide.fsu.edu/.


Remarks
1. A minimum of 45 hours at the level or above, 30 of which must be taken at this University.
2. All major coursework in Nursing must be completed in residence at this University.
3. The final 30 hours must be completed in residence at this University.


Employment Information
Salary Information: For more information go to: National Association of Colleges and Employers (www.naceweb.org) or the Occupational Outlook Handbook (www.bls.gov/ooh/home.htm) provided by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Representative Job Titles Related to this Major: Staff Nurse, Team Leader, School Nurse, Head Nurse, Office Nurse, Private Duty Nurse. Public Health Nurse, Clinic Nurse, Emergency Room Nurse, Occupational Health Nurse, Community Mental Health Nurse.

Representative Employers: Medical Centers, Community Hospitals, Specialty Hospital, Nursing and Convalescent Homes, Armed Services, Extended Care Facilities, VISTA/Peace Corps, Visiting Nurse Associations, Public School Systems, Drug/Alcohol Rehabilitation.


View Nursing Academic Map
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CoN ALUMNA becomes American Academy of Nursing’s Living Legends!

Congratulations to FSU Nursing alumna Dr. Sue Hassmiller (‘77, ‘79), on being awarded and recognized as one of the American Academy of Nursing’s Living Legends! The Academy honors a select group of Fellows as Living Legends in recognition of their outstanding contributions to the nursing profession sustained over the course of their careers.

Dr. Hassmiller, RN, FAAN, is being honored as a Living Legend in recognition of the multiple contributions she has made to the nursing profession and our society, in addition to the continuing impact of these contributions on the provision of health services in the United States and throughout the world.

To highlight one of Dr. Hassmiller’s more recent leading efforts in the nursing profession, she currently serves as the National Director of the Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action, a state effort to implement the recommendations of the National Academy of Medicine. The National Academy of Medicine Committee on the Future of Nursing will explore how nurses can work to reduce health disparities and promote equity, while keeping costs at bay, utilizing technology, and maintaining patient and family-focused care into Dr. Hassmiller’s responsibilities include helping to shape and lead the foundation's initiatives for addressing the nation's nursing and nursing faculty shortages in order to improve patient care quality.

Dr. Hassmiller will be honored at the Living Legends Ceremony held during the Academy’s annual Health Policy Conference, to take place on October , To learn more about Susan’s outstanding achievement, visit https://www.aannet.org/about/fellows/living-legends

FSU receives $M from National Institutes of Health to foster faculty diversity in health sciences research

A team of Florida State University researchers from the College of Nursing, College of Medicine and College of Arts & Sciences has received a $ million National Institutes of Health grant to build a diverse community of early career researchers committed to improving mental health and chronic disease prevention and management.

The university will use the funding to create the FLORIDA-FIRST BRIGADE, a program designed to support new tenure-track assistant professors and build a research community committed to diversity and inclusive excellence. (more)

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HOW TO APPLY

1. APPLY TO FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY

Current FSU Students are not required to reapply to FSU. 
Applicants who have not taken courses at FSU for three (3) consecutive semesters will be required to reapply to the University.

Click here to apply to the Florida State University

New students must apply for general admission to FSU Undergraduate Admissions office at least two to three months before you plan to apply to the College of Nursing. 

University applications received after December 1st will not be considered for Fall admissions.

University applications received after May 15th will not be considered for Spring admissions.

* You do not have to be accepted to the University to apply to the College of Nursing at FSU*

2. APPLY TO THE COLLEGE OF NURSING

This application requires a university identification number to apply. All students receive their identification number after applying to the university.

Applications are not currently being accepted.

Applications are accepted January 1st through January 22nd (Fall Admission). 

Applications are accepted June 1st through June 21st (Spring Admission). 

 While we receive many qualified applications, all candidates are required to have a minimum overall GPA of and science GPA of In addition, all prerequisite courses need a grade of B- or better (See BSN Program Prerequisite sheet referenced below for further changes.) 

* Transfer students must complete the University admission application by December 1st (Fall Admission) / May 15th (Spring Admission) in order to be considered for admission. Failure to follow these steps will result in your application not be considered for admission.

3. COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT APPLICATION

Applications are not currently being accepted.

Applications are accepted January 1st through January 22nd (Fall Admission). 

Applications are accepted June 1st through June 21st (Spring Admission). 

Applicants must submit both the Community Engagement Application and the College of Nursing BSN Application. Both must be completed to be considered for admission.

 4. PERSONAL ESSAY STATEMENT

Upload a typed essay using point font, New Times Roman, and no more than words double space to the electronic BSN application answering the following:

1)    Describe one of the biggest healthcare challenges facing the world today. 

2)    What are your professional goals for your nursing career and why are these goals important to you?  

5. TRANSCRIPTS

Official transcripts must be sent to the FSU Admissions Office.
•Current FSU students do not have to send transcripts
•Remember send final transcripts of final grades
•Students are responsible for checking your MyFSU account for updates to your Admissions application. 
Late materials will not be accepted.

 6. INTERVIEWS

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the date and details regarding admission interviews will be published at a later date. All applicants will be notified of the decision via email.


7. DECISIONS

Please note that admissions decisions will not be made until after the application cycle ends. This process may take up to 6 to 8 weeks.  You can expect to receive an email confirming or denying your acceptance into the program.  

For details on prerequisite and eligibility requirements, please refer to the Additional Information section on Advising. 

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Nursing Accelerated BSN



College: Nursing
Degree: BSN
Limited Access: Yes

Contact: Nikki Davis
Address: Duxbury Hall, 98 Varsity Way Tallahassee, FL
Phone: ()
Email: [email protected]


Description of Major
Nurses with a baccalaureate degree in nursing are in high demand for a variety of positions within hospitals and other health care agencies in communities. These nurses advance rapidly into positions of increasing responsibility and leadership in nursing. Courses in the nursing curriculum are based on concepts and principles from liberal studies, the supporting biological and behavioral science and nursing theory. This theoretical base is used with the nursing process to provide nursing care to individuals and groups in a variety of health care setting.

The College of Nursing offers an Accelerated BSN (ABSN) curriculum for qualified and highly motivated students who have already earned a bachelor’s degree in another field. The full-time campus-based month ABSN program incorporates all of the components of a traditional Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program. The rapid pace of the ABSN curriculum demands a full-time commitment to academics. Graduates from accelerated nursing programs are highly valued by employers who recognize the additional skills and education these graduates bring to the workplace.


Prerequisite Coursework

Prerequisite Coursework:
The required prerequisites must be completed by the end of the Summer for admission the following Spring semester.

** Science prerequisites MUST be completed within the last 10 years of application; NO credits by exam will be accepted for ANY science courses (AP, IB, etc.) **

BSC X, XL (3, 1) Anatomy & Physiology I with lab, or acceptable alternative
BSC X, XL (3, 1) Anatomy & Physiology II with lab, or acceptable alternative
CHM XXXX (3) Chemistry or acceptable alternative (CHM X preferred)
BSC XXXX (3) Biology (BSC X preferred) OR PHY XXXX (3/4) Physics
DEP X (3) Developmental Psychology or acceptable alternative (FAD at FSU)
HUN X (3) Science of Nutrition or acceptable alternative
MCB XC (4) Microbiology with lab or acceptable alternative (MCB and lab at FSU)
* PSY XXXX (3) Psychology or SOP XXXX (3) Social Psychology or SYG XXXX (3) Sociology
STA X (3) Statistics or acceptable alternative
NUR (4) Pathophysiological Concepts of Nursing (taken at an approved institution)

* The Nursing program strongly recommends that applicants complete BOTH a Psychology and Sociology course.

Note: State-wide common prerequisites are always under review. For the most current information and for acceptable alternative courses, visit the “Common Prerequisites Manual.” This is available from the “Student Services” section of http://www.flvc.org

Admission Requirements to the Major:
The Florida State University College of Nursing admits students to the ABSN program for the spring semester only and requires a special application with a deadline of July 15. All prerequisites must be completed with a final grade of B minus or higher prior to enrollment. The College of Nursing admits students based on the quality of the applicant’s previous academic achievement and the number of students who can be accommodated in the program.

Students will be selected based on the following criteria:
(1) Completion of a baccalaureate degree (or higher) from a regionally accredited college or university.
(2) Achieve at least a (on a scale) cumulative GPA on all college work attempted.
(3) Meet the Florida State University admission requirements for second degree seeking students.
(4) Achieve at least a (on a scale) cumulative GPA on all science prerequisite courses taken in the last 10 years and a final grade of B minus or better in all Nursing prerequisite courses.
(5) Only one (1) prerequisite course is allowed to have been repeated and only one (1) time.

Availability of faculty and clinical resources will determine the number of students to be admitted. If admitted to the ABSN program, Nursing students are required to submit results of a health examination, immunization record, a two-year certification in CPR, criminal background check, and drug screening. For more information please visit: http://nursing.fsu.edu/programs/accelerated-bsn .


Requirements

All required prerequisite courses must be completed by the end of the Summer term for admission to the following Spring semester.

As part of the admissions process, applicants that meet the minimum criteria will be required to attend a face-to-face, group interview during the Fall semester prior to Spring admission.

Major Program of Studies for the Accelerated Nursing (ABSN) program: (53 hours)
Expenses (subject to change): uniforms, lab coat, shoes, stethoscope and other accessories - $; standardized testing program - $; textbooks - $ per semester average; clinical laboratory fee per credit hour - $ Nursing majors are responsible for transportation expenses related to clinical experiences. They are also required to carry University health and accident insurance. Students may have scheduled clinical experiences outside the Tallahassee area, either during the week or on weekends. If the agency is located far enough away to require overnight accommodations, the cost of these arrangements is the responsibility of the student, as is the travel to and from the agency.

Semester I: Spring (17 hours)
NUR (3) Foundations of Nursing Practice
NUR L (2) Foundations of Nursing Practice Lab
NUR (3) Health Assessment, Wellness & Prevention Across the Lifespan
NUR L (1) Health Assessment, Wellness & Prevention Across the Lifespan Lab
NUR (2) Pharmacological Concepts in Nursing
NUR (2) Professional Perspectives in Nursing
NUR (2) Evidence Based Nursing
NUR (1) Population Health in Nursing
NUR L (1) Integrated Skills Lab

Semester II: Summer (20 hours)
NUR (3) Nursing Care of Adults with Acute & Chronic Health Disorders
NUR L (3) Nursing Care of Adults with Acute & Chronic Health Disorders Lab
NUR (4) Nursing Care of Women, Children & Families
NUR L (3) Nursing Care of Women, Children & Families Lab
NUR (4) Nursing Care of Vulnerable Populations
NUR L (3) Nursing Care of Vulnerable Populations Lab

Semester III: Fall (16 hours)
NUR (4) Nursing Care of Adults & Populations with Complex Health Disorders
NUR L (3) Nursing Care of Adults & Populations with Complex Health Disorders Lab
NUR C (3) Nursing Leadership in Systems of Care
NUR (6) Professional Nursing Internship

Computer Skills Competency: (0 hours)
As this is a second baccalaureate degree, this requirement does not apply.

Oral Communication Competency: (0 hours)
As this is a second baccalaureate degree, this requirement does not apply.

Minimum Program Requirements - Summary (Accelerated Program)
Total Hrs. Required: 53 beyond first baccalaureate degree
General Education: N/A
Prerequisite Coursework:
Major Coursework: 53
Computer Skills: N/A
Oral Competency: N/A
Electives: 0


Mapping
Mapping is FSU’s academic advising and monitoring system. However, because this is a second baccalaureate degree it is not mapped. Students should register for coursework as outlined in the program description and work closely with the College of Nursing in monitoring their progress.


Remarks
1. This is a second baccalaureate degree.
2. At least 30 hours must be completed in residence at FSU after completion of the first baccalaureate degree.
3. A minimum of 45 hours at the level or above, 30 of which must be taken at this University.


Employment Information
Salary Information: National Association of Colleges and Employers, Occupational Outlook Handbook

Representative Job Titles Related to this Major: Staff Nurse, Team Leader, School Nurse, Head Nurse, Office Nurse, Private Duty Nurse, Public Health Nurse, Clinic Nurse, Emergency Room Nurse, Occupational Health Nurse, Community Mental Health Nurse.

Representative Employers: Medical Centers, Community Hospitals, Specialty Hospital, Nursing and Convalescent Homes, Armed Services, Extended Care Facilities, VISTA/Peace Corps, Visiting Nurse Associations, Public School Systems, Drug/Alcohol Rehabilitation.


View Nursing Accelerated BSN Academic Map
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