Students will complete a minimum of 35 hours of TU credits to earn the B.S.N. degree.
TU will accept up to 72 hours of transfer credit from the associate’s degree. Specific general education courses will comprise 50 hours of transfer credit; 22 credits will be given for core nursing courses. Students may earn up to 18 additional hours of transfer credit by submitting a professional portfolio for review. This portfolio may contain documentation of advanced certifications, continuing education units, work experience, professional presentations, etc. For more information about the specific general education courses and requirements for the professional portfolio, see the School of Nursing webpage. Students who do not have the 90 hours of transfer credit will be required to take additional upper-level coursework at The University of Tulsa to complete their degrees.
The following requirements must be met for admission to this program:
Associate degree in nursing from a nationally accredited nursing program;
An unencumbered United States registered nursing license; and
Documentation of required immunizations, criminal background check, and CPR certification.
This is a cohort program; students must take courses in the sequence outlined below.