Texas A&M - BSN Program

Texas A&M-BSN at a glance

Program Description:

The Traditional BSN program is a two-year standard Bachelor of Science in nursing degree program offered at both the Bryan—College Station and Round Rock campuses. Prior to entry, students must complete prerequisite courses in the humanities and biological, physical and behavioral sciences to provide a foundation for growth in the nursing major.

Admission Requirements:​​

  • Admission to the Texas A&M College of Nursing is competitive. It is strongly recommended that applicants present a GPA above 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale).

  • Applicants will be evaluated based on the following criteria:

  • Prerequisite Coursework GPA

  • Nursing Science GPA from nutrition, anatomy & physiology, microbiology, chemistry, lifespan growth & development and Texas A&M University core equivalent math course

  • HESI Admissions Assessment Exam score

  • Personal statement

  • Community service

  • Leadership/involvement in extracurricular and/or professional activities

  • TOEFL score, required of international applicants only

  • History of withdraws, repeats or failures will place applicant at a disadvantage

  • Criminal background checks are required of all applicants. Prior criminal convictions may cause one to be ineligible for licensure as a registered nurse.

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