The Bellin College BSN program curriculum prepares students to enter the field of professional nursing. The program offers extensive clinical experience and individualized approaches. The program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education and the Higher Learning Commission.
The program requires a minimum of 128 credits to complete with general requirement courses taken concurrently with the nursing courses beginning in the first semester.
The Traditional Option of entry is designed for applicants with a high school diploma and with less than 11 transferable college credits. Applicants are admitted into this track in the fall semester and can expect to complete the program in four years of full time study.
- Applicants entering directly from high school need to have
- ACT score of 23 or higher or an SAT score of 1070
- High School Grade Point Average of 3.25 or higher
- Applicants who are not applying directly after high school will need to complete:
- Undergraduate BSN Application
- Reference and Release Forms
- Official High School Transcripts
- Official Transcripts for all College level course work
The applicant will be scheduled for a personal interview once all application materials have been filed.
The nursing program offers a 15 month option which requires the applicant to have completed 60 credits worth of general education and a minimum GPA of 3.0 or more in transferred courses with no grades lower than a ‘C’ obtained.
|State board of nursing approval:||Fully Approved|
|Average NCLEX RN passrate (3 years):||86.8%|
|Average number of students tested annually:||95|
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NCLEX RN Passrate History
Annual NCLEX RN passrate data and the number of students who took the exam at Bellin College as reported by Wisconsin state board of nursing.
|Year||Students Tested||School||National Avg|