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Future Students

Dear Prospective RN to BSN Student:

 

Grayson College is pleased to offer a baccalaureate degree in nursing! A variety of academic and nursing courses are offered in both 16-week and 8-week terms and delivered in a hybrid format. Full-time and part-time enrollment options are available with flexible scheduling.

Below is information that will help you as you get ready to begin the next step in your education and begin the BSN program. The process will involve 2 steps:

 

  1. Apply to Grayson College at https://gcapp.grayson.edu/. This is a very important first step! You need to do this as soon as possible!

 

  1. Attend a BSN advising and enrollment phone appointment. You will complete your application & submit all required documents prior to your phone appointment. Please submit all documents as 1 pdf file attachment at least 24 business hours prior to your appointment time to ensure time for processing. During your phone appointment we will review your transcripts and records, and enroll you in classes upon eligibility. Dates for the advising and enrollment appointments are:

1/20/2021 Wednesday

4/14/2021  Wednesday

2/4/2021 Thursday

4/29/2021  Thursday

2/18/2021 Thursday

5/14/2021 Friday

2/23/2021 Tuesday

 5/19/2021 Wednesday

3/4/2021 Thursday

 5/27/2021 Friday

3/26/2021    Friday

 6/10/2021 Thursday

 

 

Follow this link to schedule an appointment for one of the enrollment days

 

https://advisingcounseling.as.me/BSNNursing

 

 

Requirements for Admission to the RN to BSN program include:

  • Completion of a program application and submission of all college transcripts
  • Cumulative college GPA of 2.5
  • Proof of Licensure as a Registered Nurse (unencumbered)

If you have any questions or would like more information, please email RN-BSN@grayson.edu

Or feel free to contact the Program Coordinator: Alice McEachern at 903.415.2527

 


Course Syllabi

To learn more about the courses and program, please click on the links below to view course syllabi.

NURS 3244 - Issues & Trends in Nursing

NURS 3301 - Health Assessment

NURS 3313 - Pathophysiology

NURS 3324 - Nursing Research

NURS 4160 - Community & Public Health Clinical

NURS 4232 - Gerontological Nursing

NURS 4314 - Nursing Theory

NURS 4326 - Legal & Ethical

 NURS 4341 - Health Promotion

NURS 4355 - Community & Public Health

NURS 4454 - Professional Project

NURS 4457 - Leadership & Management