Wayne State University

Aim Higher

BSN Traditional

The first step in your nursing career is earning your Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.). The Wayne State University College of Nursing has a long record of successfully preparing students to begin practicing upon graduation.  Our graduates consistently pass the state licensure exam (NCLEX-RN) at a rate substantially higher than both the national and Michigan averages.

Traditional

College students who are entering nursing for the first time can begin traditional nursing studies upon completion of the pre-nursing course requirements. A minimum 2.5 honor point average in prerequisite courses is required for admission consideration. This program is 3 years long.

Prospective students considering the BSN program may wish to review this Am I Ready to be a Nursing Student questionnaire, to help assess readiness for the undergraduate program.