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What would you learn in the BSN Program?
In the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program, students will gain knowledge and skills needed for professional nursing practice in all clinical settings. They will also gain skills for advanced nursing practice leadership, management and education positions in a multicultural society. The program is designed for licensed registered nurses (R.N.) who already have an Associate in Science in Nursing from an accredited program.

bullet What are the admission requirements?

  • An Associate in Science in Nursing or higher from
    an NLNAC accredited institution
  • An active license as a registered nurse
    in Florida
  • An application for admission to the college. ($30 fee)
  • Readmission application for MDC Graduates no fee
  • A minimum 2.5 cumulative and nursing GPA
  • A BSN program application with supporting
    documentation ($25 Fee)
  • A completed level 2 background investigation done only at MDC,
    drug screening, and Physical Examination
  • Completion of required courses prior to formal admission

bullet Courses Required before formal Admission:

Course   Required Credits
BSC2085/L Human Anatomy and Physiology I (with Lab)
BSC2086/L Human Anatomy and Physiology 2 (with Lab)
CHM1033/L Chemistry for Health Science (with Lab)
MCB2010/L Microbiology (with Lab)
HUN1201 Essentials of Nutrition
STA2023 Statistical Methods
PSY2012 Introduction to Psychology
SYG2000 Introduction to Sociology
DEP2000 Human Growth and Development
Applicants must complete the required courses listed above before
receiving formal admission to the program

bullet Where can the BSN take you?

Graduates of the BSN program will be eligible to apply for post-baccalaureate certificates and Master of Science in Nursing
programs. They will also be able to provide nursing care in a variety of health care settings, develop innovative nursing
practices, advance nursing as a profession and serve as exemplary role models for excellence in global nursing practice.

For complete program outline, contact
The New Student Center
Miami Dade College
Medical Center Campus
950 N.W. 20th St.
Miami, FL 33127-4693

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