|Traditional BS Degree in Nursing|
Degree in eight semesters. Career for life.
You can obtain your bachelor's degree in nursing by completing courses over an 8-semester period. That means you're just four years away from a career that gives back just as much as you put into it. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of registered nurses will continue to grow 19 percent until 2022, faster than the average for all occupations. An aging population and a high number of RNs nearing retirement will help keep you in demand.
The following courses must be completed before full admission into the USF School of Nursing:
Early Admission Policy
Attention High School Students! Students admitted to the University of Sioux Falls their freshman year may apply and be admitted to the USF School of Nursing at the same time if they meet the following criteria:
As a college freshman, you must successfully complete (minimum grade of C-) the four prerequisite courses and possess a minimum 2.75 cumulative GPA at the end of your first year in order to enter the program the fall of your second year.
There are required supporting courses for the nursing major. These courses are in addition to the Liberal Arts Core. A minimum grade of C- is required in the following required supporting courses: