Program Enrollment Options

Prior to Admission

Both Cross Enrollment & Open University do not guarantee admission. Space is limited.

The following classes are available prior to admission via Cross Enrollment/Open University:

  • NURS 312: Concepts in Professionalism (3 units)
  • NURS 307: Nursing Research (3 units)
  • GE/Explorations Courses (3 units/each course)
    • *Up to 24 units can be completed prior to admission.
After completing 60 units of credit, and while enrolled in 6 units of California Community College courses, you are eligible for 1 SDSU-IV RN-BS or GE course at a discounted price each semester. Forms must be signed by the Community College prior to registering at SDSU-IV Campus.
https://registrar.sdsu.edu/_resources/pdf/CrossEnrollment.pdf
Courses may be taken through Open University with the approval of the RN-BS Nursing Program Coordinator and the respective course faculty.
http://www.ces.sdsu.edu/open.html

 

 

 

Admission

✓ For admittance into the following Fall term, the CSU State Apply application must be completed by December 15th of the previous year. (Example: If applying for Fall 2019, applications are due by 12/15/18)
 
✓ On January 31st, official transcripts (high school, AP exam scores, and colleges/universities) and a Supplemental Application (that you will receive from the SDSU-IV Campus Office of Admissions) are due.
 
✓ For admittance into the following Spring term, the CSU State Apply application must be completed by September 30th of the previous year. (Example: If applying for Spring 2020, applications are due by 9/30/19)
 
✓ On October 31st, official transcripts (high school, AP exam scores, and colleges/universities) and a Supplemental Application (that you will receive from the SDSU-IV Campus Office of Admissions) are due.

 

 

 

Admission Checklist

Admission is contingent upon meeting minimum requirements for admission to both the University & School of Nursing.

  • Speech
  • Written English Composition
  • Critical Thinking/Logic
  • Statistics
  • Anatomy (B- or better)
  • Physiology (B- or better)
  • Microbiology (B- or better)
  • Psychology (C or better)
  • Sociology or Cultural Anthropology (C or better)
  • Chemistry (C or better)(General, Integrated, Inorganic or Organic)

If you have any questions about the University Golden Four, please contact Francisco Peraza ([email protected])

✓ Upon admission, students must complete and pass all clinical compliance requirements.
✓ Students must have a valid CA RN license or scheduled to take the NCLEX exam, prior to clinical courses.
✓ Students must possess a valid American Heart Association CPR card.