Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
(128 Credit Hours)
Information for Current and Future Students
Students in the UNM partnership BSN program of study (POS) will graduate with an associate degree in nursing (ADN) from UNM-Gallup Branch and with a baccalaureate degree in nursing (BSN) from the University of New Mexico. A minimum 30 institutional credit hours are required through the University of New Mexico to meet degree requirements for graduation.
Students interested in applying for the Dual Degree BSN program must contact the nursing advisor to set up an appointment.
- The nursing advisor will evaluate the student’s course record to determine if the student is on track to completing all the pre-requisite courses while meeting the pre-requisite GPA requirement.
- The nursing advisor will schedule the student to take the ATI TEAS exam during the semester before they plan to apply.
- If the student passes the ATI TEAS exam, the student will be given instructions to apply to the UNM BSN degree program using the online CAS system.
- The student will also receive an application to apply for admission for the UNM-Gallup associate degree program
- Fall Due Date: November 30 or the next business day
- Spring Due Date: April 30 or the next business day