Applicants are admitted for their junior year of college. Applications for the BSN program are accepted between October 1 and January 15 each year for the following fall semester. Applicants must first apply and be admitted to Texas State University for the fall semester they plan to attend nursing school.
It takes about four years to complete a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. It takes approximately two years to complete the 61 prerequisite credits and the nursing programs is five semesters, including the summer between the junior and senior years.
If you are attending Texas State in San Marcos - you will first meet with an advisor during new student orientation. For current Texas State pre-nursing students or wishing to change to a pre-nursing major, please call 512-245-3506 for information.
If you are attending another school - after you are admitted to Texas State University, please call 512-716-2900.
No. There can be a maximum of 18 remaining prerequisite credit hours to complete in the spring and summer semesters before final admission to the St. David's School of Nursing. At the time of application to the nursing program, A&P I plus two or more science courses (there are five required science courses) must be completed.
Yes. Please see the Texas State Office of Undergraduate Admissions website for transfer guides and the transfer course equivalency system. Their office evaluates all transfer transcripts upon university admission.