- Bachelor of Science, Nursing
BSN Program Outline
- Associate Degree in Nursing (Three-year program)
ADN Program Outline
Admission or information about the associate degree and bachelor's degree including RN to BSN, or acceleration programs for advanced medical degree holders,or to speak to the Director call 671-735-2650-2 or email email@example.com.
For information about the nursing program policies, program outlines, program brochures,advisement or registration clearnace, go to Health Science Building Rm 100 or call the above numbers for an appointment. Current prenursing and nursing majors should see their nursing faculty advisors during the semester or before preregistration for advisement/registration clearance
For information on nursing courses, and admission procedures, please consult the UOG Undergraduate Catalog which is updated annually.
Bachelor of Science Nursing
There are two (2) admission levels in the baccalaureate nursing program: pre-nursing and nursing. Any regularly enrolled University of Guam student may apply for admission to the nursing program. Application packets are available at the School's administrative office. Upon receipt of all necessary documents, the Nursing Admission and Academic Standards Committee (AASC) reviews applications and notifies applicants by letter of their admittance to one of the two admission levels and gives them the name of their assigned advisor.
Admission levels to the ADN and BSN Program
Pre-Nursing Level (PRNU)
Student has declared nursing as a major but not yet completed the pre-requisites to enroll in the first 200 level generic nursing course(s) or 300 level second-step nursing course(s).
Nursing Level (NURS)
Student has completed the required pre- requisites with a "C or better" and enrolled in the first 200 level nursing course or 300 level second-step nursing course(s).
BSN and ADN Student Advisement
The Nursing Admission and Academic Standards Committee (AASC) appoints a faculty advisor to all students admitted to the ADN, Generic and Second-Step BSN programs. The advisor is named in the letter of acceptance. Usually, that relationship continues until the student graduates, withdraws, or changes majors within the university. After admission to either the pre-nursing or nursing program level, students must meet with their advisor before they can register for future courses. They are encouraged to meet with their advisor on a regular basis throughout the semester.