The pre-licensure BSN concentration is a 5-semester program for those individuals without a prior degree who wish to become a professional nurse following a traditional undergraduate pathway. UAH students and transfer students are eligible for admission to this upper-division concentration. Graduates earn a BSN and are eligible to take the NCLEX-RN exam to become registered nurses.

We welcome your questions about this pathway to becoming a registered nurse. We believe starting as a freshman at UAH gives you high-quality preparation for nursing. Our advisors are ready to answer your questions and connect you with current students or faculty.

  • UAH students who declare nursing as freshmen and have the required GPA and ACT scores are eligible for the Early Promotion to Nursing Program (EPNP) and the Honors College
  • UAH students who have completed 30 or more hours at UAH and meet admission requirements will be given priority consideration for admission into the pre-licensure BSN concentration.

Come and share your college experience with us. You belong here!

How do I apply to the College of Nursing?
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What are the admission requirements for the Traditional BSN program?
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How many students do you accept?
Each cohort size is limited to 112 students
Can I work while in the program?
Yes, however, it is recomended that students work no more than 15 hours per week.
Can I use my TEAS score instead of HESI A2?
No. You must have a HESI A2 score of 75 or higher.
What is the application deadline?
July 1st for fall admission
November 1st for spring admission

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Justin Hargrave
NUR 227

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