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We're excited that you're interested in the Nursing program at Bethel University. If you have questions about any requirements, contact our admissions team.

Here's how you apply:

Step 1 - Check application requirements and prerequisites

You must meet these requirements to be eligible for the program. All academic requirements must be fulfilled through a regionally accredited institution.

  • Requirements under Category A
  • Category A - A.S. in Nursing
  • Category A - Earned 60 semester credit hours
  • Category A - GPA 2.5 or higher and a grade of C or better in each nursing course.
  • Requirements under Category B
  • Category B - A.A. in Nursing or Diploma
  • Category B - Earned 60 semester credit hours
  • Category B - Earned C or better in each of the prerequisite courses
  • Category B - Prerequisite: Anatomy and Physiology I
  • Category B - Prerequisite: Anatomy and Physiology II
  • Category B - Prerequisite: Chemistry: Organic or Biochemistry or Nutrition
  • Category B - Prerequisite: Lifespan Development
  • Category B - Prerequisite: Microbiology

Submit an official transcript (U.S. schools) or NACES or AICE evaluation (international schools) showing an earned baccalaureate degree and official transcripts or NACES or AICE evaluations from all graduate schools attended. Applicants must also submit an official transcript or NACES or AICE evaluation from any school that shows completion of any nursing program coursework or required program prerequisites.

Step 2 - Apply

Next, get started on your online application.

Step 3 - Complete your application steps

There are just a few things we need from you before we can review your application.

  • Application
  • Copy of Health Insurance Card
  • Copy of unencumbered Nursing License (RN)
  • Official college transcript(s)
  • Reference: Co-worker
  • Reference: Supervisor
  • Resume

Step 4 - Complete enrollment requirements

After you've been accepted to the program, you might need to complete a few additional requirements before you start class. Your enrollment counselor will follow up if there's anything we need from you.

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