3-Year Bachelor of Science in Nursing

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

36 MONTHS TO COMPLETE

The innovative and flexible design of the Galen 3-Year BSN permits students to be accepted directly into the nursing program upon acceptance into the College — students are not required to complete general education courses prior to acceptance.

Course content progresses from simple to complex, and individual to family to community, culminating in a transition to a professional nursing practice course in the final session of the program, preparing you to practice with confidence, for a rewarding career in nursing.

  • 36-months, full-time
  • At this time, this program offered only in Cincinnati, Louisville, San Antonio, and Tampa Bay.
  • Quarter based, with four starts per year in January, April, July and September – start when you’re ready (San Antonio offers this program in three starts per year—January, July and September).
  • No pre-requisites are required to start in the nursing program – all general education classes are included in the nursing curriculum
  • We accept transfer credit if you have general education courses from previous programs you’d like us to consider

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The flexible design of the Galen 3-Year BSN permits students to be accepted directly into the nursing program.

Admissions Requirements

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TUITION AND FEES
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Financial Aid
Students at Galen College of Nursing may be eligible for a wide range of funding to help pay for nursing degree programs, including Title IV funding programs provided by the United States Department of Education. Additionally, some students may be eligible for nursing student loans and grants for nursing school.

As part of the enrollment process, each nursing student will receive the information necessary to process their nursing school financial aid application. This information will usually be delivered via email.

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HEAR FROM OUR STUDENTS

“I couldn’t have asked for a better school. I’d yell it from the rooftop if I could.”

LAUREN LACOUNT

“The classes are more like discussions, less like lectures.”

RYAN MENKE

“They don’t just hand you a license. They prepare you to earn it.”

Stacy Montejano

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