You’ll be able to move quickly through material you already know so you can spend your time focusing on what you still need to learn.In the Bachelor of Science Nursing (Prelicensure) degree program at WGU, students advance through each course by mastering the course content, then completing and passing challenging assessments that measure knowledge and skills in each subject area.76% of WGU students receive some type of financial aid.
Enrollment into this program is conducted in two phases of admissions: Pre-Nursing Curriculum and the Clinical Nursing Program.
Applicants must have a minimum of a 2.5 GPA in the required nursing sciences to be considered for enrollment into the pre-nursing program.
Enrollment in the Pre-Nursing Curriculum is not a guarantee for admission into the Clinical Nursing Program.
You must be at least 18 years of age before beginning the application process or participating in clinical experiences.
in Nursing (Prelicensure) degree program prepares you with the content knowledge and extensive clinical experience to earn your bachelor’s degree and prepare you to sit for the NCLEX licensing exam.
You will become a technologically proficient, caring, bachelor’s degree-prepared nurse who is ready to preserve, promote, improve, and maintain the health and well-being of individuals and families in your community.
Successful completion of a nursing program admission exam is required prior to enrollment.
Enrollment in the university and in the pre-nursing term does not guarantee acceptance into the clinical nursing program.
You'll be given ample opportunity to master subject matter and re-take assessments as needed in order to graduate.