- Considered one of the most excellent in the state, the Auburn University at Montgomery Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) training program is a traditional four-year baccalaureate training program with two regular, two-year components: Lower Division (completed at Auburn University at Montgomery or elsewhere) and Upper Division. Following completion of the registered nursing training program, graduates can apply to sit and take the RN licensure examination.
- The Lower Division comprises of courses in the humanities and the biophysical and also behavioral sciences. Once you complete this component, you may apply to the Upper Division and, if accepted, carry on with some nursing courses and clinical.
- Auburn University at Montgomery allows you to take your education – and your career – to the next level with the EARN training program. The Educational Advancement for Registered Nurses (EARN) syllabus is meant for Registered Nurses who have a diploma or associate degree and also want to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). The program is offered completely web-based or in a hybrid format with partnership hospitals.
About the school
- Auburn University at Montgomery (shortened as AUM) is a coeducational public institution situated in Montgomery, Alabama, United States of America. It is managed and controlled by the Auburn University Board of Trustees. It was founded by an act of the Alabama Legislature in 1967.
Total estimated cost of attendance is approximately $20,005
Following are the minimum requirements for BSN Nursing Program. Minimum admission standards include:
Eligibility requirements for applying to the School of Nursing include (but are not limited to):
- To be eligible to apply for Fall admission students must have:
- Minimum 2.500 GPA (unadjusted and without rounding) based solely on pre-nursing coursework at the time of application
- At least 3 of the 5 pre-nursing lab sciences successfully completed at the time of application. (A student who has earned two (2) grades below a “C” in Anatomy and Physiology I or Anatomy and Physiology II is not eligible to apply to the upper division of the nursing program)
- 22 or fewer hours to complete over the spring and summer semesters immediately prior to nursing entry
- At least one of the required pre-nursing math courses successfully completed
- by the end of the spring semester prior to nursing entry
- Completed and submitted a School of Nursing application by March 1st
- To be eligible to apply for Spring admission students must have:
- Minimum 2.500 GPA (unadjusted and without rounding) based solely on pre-
- nursing coursework at the time of application
- At least 3 of the 5 pre-nursing lab sciences successfully completed by the end of the previous summer semester. (A student who has earned two (2) grades below a “C” in Anatomy and Physiology I or Anatomy and Physiology II is not eligible to apply to the upper division of the nursing program)
- 18 or fewer hours to complete over the fall semester immediately prior to nursing entry
- At least one of the required pre-nursing math courses successfully completed by the end of the summer semester prior to nursing entry
- Completed and submitted a School of Nursing application by October 1st
Acceptance is not guaranteed. From the pool of qualified applicants, a select number will be chosen for interviews. Students who are not selected for entry to the School of Nursing, may reapply during the next application period. Applicants successfully completing an interview are only required to attend
one interview per year; however, a new School of Nursing application must be submitted each time a student applies even if a new interview is not required. If an interview was not successfully completed, the student will be
required to attend another interview for subsequent applications. To prepare for these small group interviews, students are encouraged to pursue volunteer (or paid) opportunities in a health care setting to become familiar with the nursing profession and to confirm if nursing is a career choice that is well suited to the student’s interest and aptitude.
Address: 7400 East Dr, Montgomery, AL 36117
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