The GMU BSN Program allows three tracks of entry into the BSN program with the first track being a two year curriculum for full time study following the completion of nursing pre-requisite and general education college level requirements.
The second track is a mobility program for RNs with current unencumbered licenses to pursue a BSN and to be completed in one year of full time study without considering perquisite and general education coursework. The other accelerated BSN program is open to students who possess Bachelor degrees in another field and is intended to be completed in one year of full time study.
The program admits students who have already completed the pre-nursing curriculum in two years of full time college enrollment to be admitted into the nursing program in the fall of their junior year for the first two tracks and either spring or fall for the third track.
Admission to the program is competitive with qualified candidates ranked on the basis of their application documents. All applicants accepted into the BSN program are required to submit health clearance including immunization series.
All students must also have current CPR certification for health care providers and current health insurance for clinical components.
BSN students, except RN-BSN candidates will be required to take part in preparation for the National Council Licensure Examination in a manner that is integrated into all components of the curriculum as well as in exam format.
|State board of nursing approval:||
Fully Approved |
|Average NCLEX RN passrate (3 years):|| 87.93% |
|Average number of students tested annually:|| 177 |
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School's NCLEX RN Passrate History
Annual NCLEX RN passrate data and the number of students who took the exam at George Mason University as reported by Virginia state board of nursing.