Applicants to the RN-BSN program must be licensed RNs or eligible for licensure by RN-BSN program start. A minimum overall (cumulative) GPA of 2.75 in post-secondary (after high school) course work is required for consideration of admission; actual GPAs of admitted students are generally higher.
To apply for admission to the RN-BSN program, students must first be admitted to MSUM. Then, a separate online application to the RN-BSN program is submitted.
The deadlines for applying to the nursing program are:
Admission is competitive and applications are scored and then ranked on the following elements:
Frequently Asked Questions about the RN-BSN Program LIVE!
The Homeland Security Act of 2002 fundamentally changed the requirements for the international students who wish to study in the United States. International students are advised to seek clarifications with the office of International Student Services. International students who are in the US on an F-1 Visa are not eligible to be admitted to a program that is completely online, as is the RN-BSN program. International students may qualify for admission if on certain work visas.
Samantha Kundinger, Health Services Administration Major