- The BS in Nursing (BSN) degree is the foundation for professional The BSN training program prepares competent nurse generalists who demonstrate professional responsibility while coordinating and also delivering top quality, compassionate nursing care.
- Professional nursing combines nursing theory and research and also synthesizes knowledge from the sciences and humanities in the provision of safe and also effective care. The Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education certifies the Baccalaureate training program at East Tennessee State University’s College of Nursing.
About the school
- East Tennessee State University (ETSU) is a public institution situated in Johnson City, Tennessee, USA. It is part of the Tennessee Board of Regents system of colleges and universities, the nation’s 6th largest system of public education, as well as being the 4th largest University in the state. ETSU has off-campus centers in close by Kingsport and also Elizabethton.
- ETSU was established as East Tennessee State Normal School in the year 1911 to educate teachers; the K-12 training school, referred to as University School, operates to this day. East Tennessee State formally became a college in the year 1925 when it modified its name to East Tennessee State Teachers College, eventually gaining certification from the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools in the year
Total estimated cost of attendance is approximate $25,000
Following are the minimum requirements for BSN Nursing Program. Minimum admission standards include:
- Students must be in progress or have completed successfully all ETSU General Education courses* (or equivalent from a Transfer Institution) including the 4 Nursing Prerequisite classes: Anatomy and Physiology I and II (with labs), Intro to Microbiology (with lab), and Probability and Statistics. At least 3 of the 4 prerequisite math/science classes must be completed successfully prior to the application deadline.
- A minimum cumulative College Level GPA of 2.6 as computed by East Tennessee State University (excluding developmental coursework) is required.
- Students must apply to the College of Nursing using the Centralized Application System (Nursing CAS). Official Transcripts from all colleges attended (including dual enrollment during high school) must be sent to CAS.
- Applicants must submit (electronically) all scores from the TEAS V standardized entrance exam. The TEAS V may be taken twice within a 2-year period, but not twice in the same semester. Scores are valid for two years.
- ETSU College of Nursing does NOT require references, a personal statement or professional experience for admission.
- Applicants are ranked by a point system which includes 100 possible points in 4 areas: Overall GPA, Math/Science Nursing Prerequisite GPA, Adjusted Individual Total Score, and Adjusted Individual Reading section score of the TEAS V for a total of 400 possible points. Applicants are admitted in point order.
Address: 1276 Gilbreath Dr, Johnson City, TN 37614, USA
Phone: (423) 439-1000
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