The Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program at Unitek College opens the doors to work as a registered nurse in these healthcare settings, among others: complex and critical care, acute care, long-term care, community health nursing, school nursing, and home health. The BSN program prepares graduates for the NCLEX-RN licensure exam.
Unitek College Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program
The BSN program is a pre-licensure program that can be completed in 2 or 3 years (depending on credit transfer), with three 16-week semesters per year. The first year consists of pre-requisite general education (GE) courses. The second and third years of the program consist of core nursing courses and upper division GE courses. The total number of units for the BSN curriculum is 120 units. There will be a total of 74 units required for licensure and 46 units of other degree requirements.
To enroll in the Unitek College Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Program, a prospective student must complete the admissions requirements which includes the following:
- Career planning session and admissions interview
- Submit proof of high school education or equivalent
- Entrance assessment test
- Financing arrangements and, if applicable, all documents needed to obtain an official award letter for Federal Student Aid
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program is available at the Fremont Campus.