The College of Nursing’s BSN program develops professional nurses who are well-prepared to meet the challenges of today's health care needs.
Learning through a combination of classroom, laboratory, and supervised clinical setting instruction, Kent State nursing students graduate with a solid foundation of nursing knowledge.
Students without a RN license must complete an established core of pre-nursing courses prior to formal admission to the nursing sequence (if you do have a RN license, learn more about our RN to BSN program). See our application process for specific details on how to qualify for the Bachelor of Science Nursing Program. Individual advising and program planning by persons experienced in student services is a key component of the success of all students in the program.
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