Bachelor of Science - Nursing
The undergraduate program in nursing will offer a baccalaureate degree in nursing. The curriculum is built on the five components of professional nursing education: liberal arts education, professional values, core competencies, core knowledge and role development as recommended in The Essentials of Baccalaureate Education for Professional Nursing Practice.
The program is open to both juniors and transfer students who meet Morgan State admission requirements and the admission requirements for the nursing program. Students are admitted to the upper division clinical nursing courses following satisfactory completion of 69-76 semester hours of general education, university required courses, and nursing prerequisites. Prerequisites necessary for the nursing program are described on the Admissions webpage.
Admission to the Undergraduate Nursing Program
All students must first be admitted to Morgan State University prior to admission to the nursing program. Students will spend the first two years fullfilling general education and pre-professional studies required to meet the necessary prerequisites for the nursing program. Students should apply to the program after they have completed at least 60 credits of the necessary general education, university required courses, and pre-professional courses. Students must have a 3.0 cumulative average in prior course work in order to be admitted to the nursing program.