Bachelor of Science in Nursing Completion Program
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B.S.N. Completion Admission Requirements
Applicants to the B.S.N. completion degree must meet the following requirements to be considered for admission:
1. Completion of an associate degree or its equivalent in nursing. Seventy-nine of the total 127 credits necessary for a baccalaurate degree will be awarded upon receipt of your transcript.
2. Possession and maintenance of an unencumbered and unrestricted registered nurse license in a U.S. state. Students accepted into the BSN completion program who are in the process of obtaining RN licensure must successfully pass NCLEX-RN prior to or during the first semester of enrollment in BSN-completion nursing courses following the completion of the AS degree.
3. A current copy of a government issued photo ID can be required to verify identity of students throughout the program.
4. Applicants must present transcripts reflecting a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or above (on a 4.0 scale).
Profile of Average Student Admitted to B.S.N. Completion
Profile of the average student admitted to Kettering College’s Bachelor of Science in nursing degree completion in the fall semesters of the years noted.
Note: all demographic data is self-reported.
Cohort Size 36
Fall 2015 Cohort (all demographic data is self-reported)
American Indian or Alaska Native 0
Black or African American 0
Two or more races 0
Roman Catholic 6
United Methodist 4
All Others 15
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Although welcoming to all students, Kettering College cannot accept students into online programs/courses who reside in the following states or U.S. Territories because they do not have comparable national standards to offer postsecondary distance education courses and programs: California, American Samoa, Guam, or the Marshall Islands.