1 California State University, Long Beach School of Nursing 1250 N. Bellflower Boulevard Long Beach, CA (562) WEBSITE: BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS AND GENERAL INFORMATION University Application Deadlines are: Fall October 1 to November 30 Spring August 1 to August 31 Application Deadlines for the Nursing Department Fall January 1 to February 1 Spring August 1 to September 1 Basic Student Counseling sessions are held on a Wednesday of each month during the Fall and Spring semesters Information Sessions Fall 2013 Sessions TBA after No Reservation Needed Applicants seeking admission to the nursing program are encouraged to attend a counseling session before submitting an application. Updated 6/17/13
2 California State University Long Beach School of Nursing Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree Basic Program (NRSGBS01) The student enters with approximately 45 units of prerequisite natural and social sciences and general education courses completed during the freshman year. First Semester Second Semester Sophomores Units Units N200 Intro to Nursing Health Care 6 N250 Intermediate Nursing Health Care 6 N202 Health Care Communication 2 N312 Physical Assessment 3 N302 Pharmacology 2 N260 Older Adult Hlth Care 4 N305 Pathophysiology 3 General Education 3 Nutr 339 Metabolic Functions of Nutrients 1 Totals: Third Semester Fourth Semester Juniors Units Units N331 Critical Care Nursing 5 N353 Legal Aspects of Health Care 2 N341 Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing 6 N372 Women s Health Care 6 General Education 3 N361 Child Health Care 7 Totals: Fifth Semester Sixth Semester Seniors Units Units N400 Health Care Delivery Systems 3 N450 Nursing Research & Administration 3 N402 Community Health Nursing 7 N451 Nursing Leadership & Management 2 Capstone Education 6 N458 NCLEX Review 1 N452 Advanced Nursing in Critical Care 6 Or N453 Adv. Nrsg in Maternal Child Health 6 Or N454 Adv. Nrsg in Primary/Comm. Hlth Care 6 Capstone Education 3 Totals: Total Units for BSN degree, Public Health Nursing Certificate: Updated 3/2012
3 Prerequisite Courses Natural Sciences: All natural sciences must have been taken within the last 5 years the committee cannot consider science courses taken prior to Spring Human Anatomy (BIOL 208) Lecture & Lab 4 semester units minimum Human Physiology (BIOL 207) Lecture & Lab 4 semester units minimum Microbiology (MICR 200) Lecture & Lab 4 semester units minimum Chemistry semester units minimum (Or an equivalent 4-5 unit integrated chemistry course with lab this course must cover general chem, organic chemistry and biochem) CSULB s Prerequisite General Education Courses-applicants only need one from each category. The first GE course taken which fulfills a GE category requirement will be used for the Pre-NRSG GPA calculation. Quantitative Reasoning: STATS 108 Oral Communication: COMM 110, 130, 132, 171, 331, 335, 441I College Composition: ASAM 100, B/ST 100, CHLS104, ENGL 100 Critical Thinking: ASAM 190, B/ST 150, COMM 131, 131W, CWL 161, CECS 100, ETEC 171, ENGL102, HIST101, PHIL 170, POSC105, PSY 130, UHP100 Grades: All prerequisite course grades must be C or higher (a grade of C- will not be accepted). To apply to the program you must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 in the Natural Sciences prerequisite courses, and a minimum GPA of 3.0 in the General Education prerequisite courses. However, a science GPA of 3.0 is not competitive as the average science GPA for the Fall 2013 admits was 3.85 and for General Education admits was Repeated Courses: For admission into the basic nursing program, calculation of the grade point average for prerequisite courses repeated at CSULB or transferred into CSULB from another college or university will follow CSULB policy as described in the annual Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog Course in Progress: One course can be in progress at the time you submit an application. Admission is contingent upon your completing the course with a grade of C or better. Admission GPA for an in-progress course will be calculated as a grade of C. Co-Requisite Courses: Psychology 100 and Sociology 100 must be taken prior to taking Nursing 341 (your 3 rd Nursing Program semester). If you have not taken them prior to admission, you will be required to take them your 1 st and 2 nd Nursing Program semesters or you will not be allowed to advance to 3 rd semester program courses. Nursing 302, Nursing 305 and Nutrition 339 will be taken during your first semester if you have not completed them prior to admission. Application Procedure Attend a Student Information Session: Before submitting an application for admission to the nursing program, you should attend a information session where the application process will be explained. Time will be allotted for questions. See information session dates on the front page. Apply to the University as a Nursing major: You must apply to and meet the university admission requirements prior to applying to the nursing program. Applications may apply on-line at Submit one set of official transcripts from all college level work to the University. For further information on University transfer requirements, please go to CSULB s transfer website: Applying to the School of Nursing This is a separate application from your admission to the University. Complete the nursing application and submit it with a set of official transcripts for all college work. Course Equivalencies For science courses NOT taken at CSULB, please check to make sure the course(s) you have taken are equivalent. For most local community colleges and other local colleges you can check this at or on our science prerequisite chart located on our website. For college courses not found at assist.org or on our chart, please contact Monalisa Ward at Course in Progress: Attach any proof of enrollment for your course in progress. General Assessment Test (TEAS) - All applicants must take the TEAS test prior to the application deadline. Multiple TEAS dates are offered during January, July August and December. It is advisable to sign up early to guarantee applicants can take the test on the date they want to. If registering by mail, please follow the mail in deadline listed on the TEAS application form. Also applicants may sign up in the Nursing office in Room 8, one day before the test date if space is still available. The cost of the test is $ There is no limit on how many times applicants can take the TEAS; however, it is the applicants responsibility to indicate which test date we are to use to calculate applicants rating. Applicants must score at least 70% to be eligible to submit an application. However, a TEAS score of 70% is not competitive as the average TEAS score for the Fall 2013 admits was 86.52%.
4 Selection Criteria A personal profile will be developed for each applicant with points earned from: GPA in the prerequisite science 4 points maximum courses (minimum 3.0 gpa) GPA in the prerequisite general 2 points maximum education courses (minimum 3.0 gpa) General Assessment Test (TEAS) 2 points maximum (minimal score 70%) TEAS Math Score 2 points maximum Candidates with the highest cumulative scores, based upon their personal profile, must participate in a mandatory faculty interview. The interviews will be held approximately thirty days after the nursing application deadline. After the interviews, successful candidates will be offered admission into the program. Letters of reference and testimonials are not a factor in the application process. Please do not submit these items. Notification of Admission Status: Seventy (72) students are admitted each Fall and Spring semester. Candidates will be notified by the School of Nursing of their admission status by mail by the 4th week of April and November. Alternates: An alternate list will be selected. An alternate is admitted to replace a candidate who withdraws from the program before the end of the first week of the semester. Because there is no waiting list, alternates not admitted will need to re-apply to be considered for admission the next semester. Instructions for Candidates Who Have Submitted a Supplemental Nursing Application for a Previous Term: Applicants will need to fill out another application, but they do not need to resubmit any supplemental documents that we already have on file (TEAS score, transcripts) unless there has been a change since the last application. However, applicants should contact the nursing office to find out how they can become for competitive before they submit a new application. Trimester Program: In addition to our traditional six semester-three year program, the School of Nursing offers students who have been accepted into the program the option of entering a trimester program that can be completed in just two years. The curriculum in this program is exactly the same with the exception that the course work is scheduled over the summer. Selection for this option will be done by lottery at the mandatory new student orientation. Additional Information General Education: Applicants do not have to complete their general education requirements before they enter the nursing program. A few of the nursing prerequisites courses also meet general education requirements. Health Requirements: Upon admission to the program, all students will be required to pass a departmental health examination and will be evaluated on their ability to meet the School s Essential Performance Guidelines. For more information, see Undergraduate Handbook online at Background Checks: Students who are accepted into the program must submit to the School of Nursing a criminal background check and potential drug screening. Students must complete their background checks prior to the start of the first semester. Licensed Vocational Nurses LVNs can seek advanced placement. An LVN advisor is available to assist LVNs with the application procedure. LVNs who are only seeking RN Licensure can use the thirty-unit option. Second Degree Applicants The Basic/Trimester BSN Program is open to both undergraduate and second degree seekers. However, we will also accept applications from second degree applicants for our Entry Level MSN Program. This program only admits in the Fall every three years. Please contact our Office for further information. Foreign Students & Non-Resident Students Foreign Student Applicants: Prior to submitting an application to the School of Nursing, applicants must have all non U.S. transcripts evaluated by a Credential Evaluation Service to confirm their academic equivalency to educational standards of Regionally accredited colleges and universities in the United States. Please contact the Nursing Office for a list of credentialed evaluation service companies. Please submit the evaluation report with your nursing application. Non-Resident Applicants: Our program is under impaction; therefore, we may only consider California residents for admission. However, we may admit up to two highly qualified F-1 Visa students each semester. Academic Advising (562) University Admissions/ Enrollment Services (562) Center for Internat l Education (562) Telephone numbers that may be helpful International Admissions (562) Financial Aid (562)
5 COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES California State University, Long Beach Academic Progress for Pre-Nursing Majors Effective Fall 2013 Rev. 03/13/2013 Bachelor of Science in Nursing Basic (NRSGBS01) In order to be considered for admission to the Nursing major, CSULB students must be declared as pre-nursing students. Pre-nursing students must complete a series of prerequisite courses: written communication, oral communication, critical thinking, STAT 108, BIOL 207, BIOL 208, CHEM 140, and MICR 200. Each course must be completed with a C or better grade; when all prerequisites are completed the GPA for the prerequisite courses must be B or better (3.0 or better). Applicants to the nursing major are normally admitted by the time they reach junior standing and must apply before they have earned 75 Timely Graduation units. Students who have earned 75 or more Timely Graduation units at CSULB are not eligible to apply to Nursing. Pre-nursing students should note that withdrawing or repeating courses to improve their grades or GPA will result in poor academic progress and will likely make them ineligible for admission. Academic Progress Rules for Pre-Nursing Majors (NRSGPR00U1) Effective Fall 2011, Pre-nursing majors must complete the following requirements within four semesters of being admitted as a Pre-Nursing major. Students who declare Pre-Nursing in their sophomore year will need to complete these requirements more quickly. Some students may need to take courses during Summer Session to meet these requirements. Pre-nursing students who have not met these Academic Progress Rules must declare a new major or meet with an academic advisor to determine if the student s performance in courses merits an additional semester. Students who persistently fail to meet the Academic Progress Rules will be required to declare a new major. Required Basic Pre-Nursing Roadmap 1 st Semester 2 nd Semester 3 rd & 4 th Semester 5 th Semester Written Comm A1 Oral Comm A2 CHEM 140 B1b (Pre-req for MICR 200) Apply to Nursing STAT 108 B2 Critical Thinking A3 BIOL 207 B1a BIOL 208 MICR 200 B1a Recommended Basic Pre-Nursing Roadmap 1 st Semester 2 nd Semester 3 rd & 4 th Semester 5 th Semester Written Comm A1 Oral Comm A2 BIOL 207 B1a Apply to Nursing STAT 108 B2 Critical Thinking A3 BIOL 208 Capstone SOC 100 D2 PSY 100 D2 MICR 200 B1a Capstone NUTR 132 E CHEM 140 B1b (Pre-req for MICR 200) Remaining GE classes Capstone At the end of the second semester, Pre-Nursing students must have a grade of C or better in general education certified written communication, oral communication, critical thinking, and STAT 108 courses as well as a combined GPA of 3.0 or better in these prerequisite courses. At the end of the fourth semester, Pre-Nursing students must have a C grade or better in BIOL 207, BIOL 208, CHEM 140, and MICR 200 as well as a combined GPA of 3.0 or better in these prerequisite courses. Current Students Wishing to Declare Pre-Nursing Major Current CSULB students wishing to declare the Pre-Nursing major must meet the following requirements by the end of their second semester to be considered for the Pre-Nursing program. Students who are required to enroll in a developmental math class (MAPB 1, 7, or 11) may be given a third semester to complete the requirements. These requirements include the completion of the following classes with a grade of C or better with a combined GPA in these four classes of 3.0 or better and an overall GPA of 3.0 or better. Written Communication (A1), Oral Communication (A2), Critical Thinking (A3), STAT 108 (B2) Students will be required to meet with the Pre-Nursing advisor before a change of major to Pre-Nursing will be approved. Applying to the Nursing Program By no later than the beginning of the fifth semester, Pre-Nursing students must apply to become Nursing majors. Candidates must complete a General Assessment Test and should contact the school of Nursing to learn how to take the General Assessment Test. In reviewing applications, a personal profile is developed for each applicant based on GPA in prerequisite courses and the General Assessment Test. The largest weight in the profile is derived from the prerequisite science courses GPA, with typical grade point averages for these courses being 3.50 or higher and no grades below a C. Candidates with the highest profile scores are selected for admission. It is anticipated that about seventy-two (72) students will be admitted each Fall and Spring semester from hundreds of applicants. Pre-Nursing students with an ELM score that places them in MAPB 1 or MAPB 7 or MAPB 11 may petition for an additional semester. Please review the following Advising Guidelines to ensure Pre-Nursing students meet the deadlines stated in the Academic Progress Rules for Pre-Nursing Majors.
6 Pre-Nursing Advising Guidelines Fall 2013 Rev. 03/13/ Effective Fall 2011, students who have fulfilled a prerequisite GE category or science (grade of C or better) can no longer take a second class in that prerequisite GE category or retake a science class at a community college in an attempt to raise their grade and GPA for admission to the Nursing program. Only a passing grade (C or better) in the first course taken in the category will be considered for admission to Nursing. 2. Students who completed a second class in a prerequisite GE category or repeated a science class prior to Fall 2011 will be allowed to post their highest grade on their application. 3. Students will still be allowed to repeat a failed class for grade forgiveness as stated in the CSULB Repetition of Courses Policy. Pre-nursing students should note that withdrawing or repeating courses to improve their grades or GPA will result in a failure to meet the Academic Progress Rules and will likely make pre-nursing students ineligible for admission to Nursing. 4. Students should not be advised to fail or withdraw from a class if they are earning a C so they can repeat it for a better grade. Students repeating classes take seats away from other students attempting to get in a class for the first time and results in poor academic progress. A grade of C will not disqualify a student from the Nursing program as long as both the prerequisite GE and Science GPA is 3.0 or higher. 5. Students will no longer be required to submit a copy of their high school transcripts for AP classes. Students who have AP credit in ENG 100 or STAT 108 will now have the prerequisite GE GPA determined by the grades earned in the other prerequisite GE categories. AP credit in any other math class will no longer be accepted by Nursing. 6. Students do not need to take any additional science classes other than the four required prerequisites (CHEM 140, BIOL 207, BIOL 208, & MICR 200) to satisfy GE requirements. The seventeen (17) required prerequisite science units will satisfy both the Life Science and Physical Science (B1) requirements. 7. Students should take PSY 100 & SOC 100 to meet the Social Sciences and Citizenship (D2) GE requirement. 8. If Lifelong Learning & Self Development (E) has not been completed students should take NUTR132 as it is good preparation for NUTR Students should be advised to take STAT 108 to meet the Mathematics/Quantitative (B2). 10. Students should be encouraged to complete as many GE requirements as possible prior to starting the Nursing program so they can concentrate on their Nursing classes once they are accepted into the program. 11. Pre-nursing students may only apply to Nursing twice. Applicants to the nursing major are normally admitted by the time they reach junior standing and must apply before they have earned 75 Timely Graduation units (including In-progress units). Students who have earned 75 or more Timely Graduation Units at CSULB are not eligible to apply to Nursing. Pre-nursing students should note that withdrawing or repeating courses to improve their grades or GPA will result in poor academic progress and will likely make them ineligible for admission.
7 CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY LONG BEACH, SCHOOL OF NURSING Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree Most frequently asked questions 1. What programs does the nursing school offer? The School of Nursing offers a Basic/Trimester Bachelor of Science, a Entry Level Master of Science and a RN to Bachelor of Science. The Basic/Trimester BSN Program is open to both undergraduate and second degree seekers. The Entry Level MSN Program is for students who have already earned either a BS or BA in another field. The RN to BSN program is open to undergraduates and second degree seekers who have a California Registered Nurse s license. 2. When and how do I apply to the nursing program? If you are applying to the Basic and Trimester BSN Programs, refer to the packet for Spring and Fall application deadlines. For the Entry Level MSN Program, refer to the packet for Fall deadlines. You may submit an application with only one prerequisite course in progress. You must receive a grade of C or higher in the course that is in progress to be admitted. 3. Is there a waiting list to enter your nursing program? We do not have a waiting list. We use a point system to find the best qualified students for admission each semester 4. If I applied last year and was not selected, does my application automatically get considered for next semester? No! You must submit a new application for each admission cycle. 5. Can international students apply? The program can only admit 2 international students a semester to the Basic/Trimester BSN Programs. The top two international students will be offered admission into the program. The Entry Level MSN Program is for California residents only. \ 6. AB 540 Students At this time, we cannot consider AB 540 students for admission into our Nursing Program. Nonresident students meeting the criteria (for AB 540 status) will be exempted from the payment of nonresident tuition, but they will not be classified as California residents. They continue to be nonresidents. (Exemption request form) 7. Can out of state residents apply? No. At this time, due to impaction, only California state residents can be considered for admission. 8. Can I apply to both the Basic BSN program and the Entry Level MSN? No. We can only process one application at a time from an applicant. 9. Is it difficult to get into the program? Yes! More students apply to the CSULB s School of Nursing than there are spaces available. PLAN AHEAD! The higher your grades, the better your chances are of being admitted to the program. Also, take your prerequisite courses as soon as possible and apply to the School of Nursing when you have completed them or are enrolled in your LAST prerequisite course. 10. How does the School of Nursing select applicants for admission? The Student Affairs Admissions Committee looks at several factors when considering which applicants will be admitted. The criteria for selection out of 10 possible points are: a.) TEAS Assessment Overall Test Score (2 points max) b.) GPA in the science prerequisite courses (4 points max) c.) GPA in the G E prerequisite courses (2 points max) d.) General Assessment Math Score (2 points max) Candidates with the highest cumulative scores, based upon their personal profile, must participate in a mandatory faculty interview. The interviews will be held approximately thirty days after the nursing application deadline. After the interviews, successful candidates will be offered admission into the program. 11 How many students do you accept, and how often are students admitted? We admit 80 students to begin Basic/Trimester BSN classes each fall and spring semester. We admit 48 Entry Level MSN each fall if funding is available. 12. What if I took a prerequisite course at another college or university? Prerequisite courses are listed in the application packet. Many colleges and universities can tell you which transfer to CSULB due to contractual agreements. It is very important that prerequisite courses are equivalent to the CSULB courses listed on the application. Do not assume that the courses you took will be equivalent to CSULB s courses. Also, do not assume a class is an equivalent even if it is accepted by another nursing program. If the course is not listed at assist.org, submit the course syllabus to the School of Nursing for evaluation. 12. Do I have to take the prerequisite courses at CSULB? No. Students may take the prerequisites at any college or university as long as the courses taken are equivalent in content and units to those listed in the application brochure. Many equivalencies are obtained by submitting a course description and course syllabus to our nursing department. 13. Can I take a second GE course in each category to improve my pre-nursing GPA calculation? The first GE course taken which fulfills a GE category requirement will be used for the Pre-NRSG GPA calculation. 14. Do you accept AP English, Calculus, Statistics and Psychology? Yes. Students receive credit that the requirement has been met. However, we calculate students ratings without these courses. 15. Is there a time limit on when I took my prerequisites? Yes. All natural sciences should have been taken within the last five years and social sciences within ten years. 16. If I have more than one prerequisite in progress, can I still apply for admission? No, you can only have one prerequisite in progress on the application deadline date. The course in progress is considered a C for rating calculation.
8 17. What courses can I take after my prerequisite course work is completed? Many students like to get their general education courses out of the way before entering the nursing program. This will allow them to focus on the nursing courses and be ready for graduation as soon as the nursing courses are finished. 18. What GPA do I need to apply to the nursing program? For both the Basic/Trimester and Entry Level MSN, all prerequisite courses must be C or higher. A grade of C- is not acceptable. Students must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 in each of their science and their general education prerequisite courses. However, the science GPA average of the last cohort was The higher the grades the better the applicants chances are of being admitted to the program. The Entry Level MSN applicants must have earned a CUM GPA of 3.0 in their BA/BS or MS/MA degree. 19. How long will it take me to complete the BSN Program? Students admitted to the Basic BSN Program take six semesters to complete the nursing courses. The Trimester program takes 4 semesters and two summers. The Entry Level MSN Program takes 4 semesters. The RN to BSN program takes approximately 4 semesters to complete. 20. Can I attend courses on a part-time basis? For the basic BSN program, each semester is scheduled for 15 or 16 units. Some students take general courses during the summer or winter break to decrease the number of units during the regular semester. If students must be out a semester, the leave of absence procedure must be followed. For the Entry Level MSN program, each semester is scheduled for units. Entry Level MSN students attend summer and winter intersessions. 21. Are there any nursing courses in the evening? Nursing courses are usually offered during the day or early evening. Lecture and lab classes are offered one or two days a week. Clinical classes are offered Monday through Sunday during day or evening shifts. 22. Can I take the state board exam before I graduate? No. The NCLEX can only be taken after your BSN has been awarded by the university. 23. What if I have my LVN already? LVNs, who are accepted for admission, can have Nursing 200 waived. Two spaces are reserved each semester for LVN admissions. After you have submitted an LVN application, official transcripts and TEAS results, you will speak with the LVN nursing advisor who will help you plan your program and get you on the LVN waiting list. 24. What if I have my RN already? A.D.N.-RN students enter with 56 units of transferable lower division credit. Fourteen additional units may be given for lower division general education course work. Up to 70 total units may be transferred. RNs should be GE certified at the community college prior to application to CSULB. The RN Pathway program has been developed for the A.D.N.-RN student. The first year is a bridge year. Some classes may be taken with the basic students while others are designed to help transition students to the BSN level. All students merge during the senior year. 25. Are there nursing classes in the summer? Yes, students in the Trimester option and Entry Level MSN will attend in the summer. 26. When can I meet with a nursing counselor? There are group counseling sessions each semester. It is recommended that you attend one of these sessions prior to submitting your application to the nursing department. Once you have this information, a personal appointment can be made by calling or ing if you have additional questions. 27. Does acceptance into the program mean that I am automatically accepted to the University? No. You must file two separate applications by the deadlines required for each. Check the CSULB website ( for the University application deadline. 28. Where do I send my official transcripts? It is recommended that you have your official transcripts sent directly to you and that you attach one set of official unopened transcripts to your nursing program application, and submit one set to the University. 29. Can I take the TEAS more than once and if I can take it more than once, which score will be used? You may take the TEAS more than once. We will use the test date that will yield you the highest rating. 30. When is the TEAS offered? Multiple TEAS dates are offered during January, July, August and December. New test dates are posted to our website approximately one month prior to the test dates. If the TEAS was not taken at CSULB, applicants must arrange to have official TEAS scores sent by atitesting.com to CSULB. 31. What if I want to transfer from another nursing program to your program? Transfer students are taken on space availability only. Write a letter of interest to the Undergraduate Director, submit letter of recommendation from current Nursing Dean/Chair, and submit official transcripts along with nursing course syllabi. Fill out a transfer application. After your file is reviewed, the Undergraduate Director will meet with you to discuss your options. 32. Do I need to submit letters of references? Letters of reference and testimonials are not a factor in the basic BSN or ELM application process. Please do not submit these items. 32. For the Entry Level MSN, do I need to take the GRE? No. The GRE is not a factor in the ELM application process. 33. Can I substitute Anthropology for Sociology? No. We only accept a Sociology 100 equivalent course. Anthropology is not equivalent to Sociology 100. (rev: 06/17/13)
9 College/University Physiology(Bio 207) Anatomy(Bio 208) Microbiology(Micro 200) Gen, O and Biochemistry (Chem 140) Alameda/College of Bio 19 Bio 18 Contact M. Ward Chem 30a & 30b Allan Hancock College Bio 125 Bio 124 Bio 128 Chem 140 American River College Bio 430 & 431 Bio 440 Chem 309 or Chem 305 and 306 Antelope College Bio 202 Bio 201 Bio 204 Chem 101 & 102 Azusa Pacific University Bio 251 Bio 250 Bio 220 Chem 111, 112, & 114 Bakersfield College Bio 32 & 33 Bio 16 Chem 11 Barstow College Bio 5 Bio 4 Bio 8 Contact M. Ward Berkeley City College See other district colleges See other district colleges Bio 3 Chem 30a & 30b Biola University Bio 281 & L Bio 252 & L Bio 282 & L Chem 112 Butte College Bio 21 Bio 20 Bio 15 Chem 51 & 52 Cabrillo College Bio 5 Bio 4 Bio 6 Chem 30a & 30a or Chem 32 Cal Baptist University Bio 153 & 163 Bio 205 & L Chem 102 & 112 Cal Poly Pomona Zoo 235 & L Zoo 234 & L Micro 201 Contact M. Ward Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Zoo 331 & L or 241 & L Zoo 332 & L or 240 Micro 221 & L Contact M. Ward Canada College Bio 260 Bio 250 Bio 240 Chem 410 Canyons/College of the Bio 205 or 250 Bio 204 or 250 MICR 221 Contact M. Ward Cerritos College A&P 201 or 151 A&P 200 or 150 MICR 200 Chem 100 Cerro Coso College BIO 255 BIO 251 BIO 261 Chem 220 Chabot College Physio 1 Anatom 1 Micro 1 Chem 30a & 30b Chaffey College Biol 22 Biol 20 Biol 23 & L Chem 9 Chapman University Bio 211 Bio 210 Bio 307 Contact M. Ward Citrus College Bio 201 Bio 200 Biol 220 Chem 104 Coastline College Bio 175 or 225 Bio 170 or 220 Biol 210 Chem 110: Lab must be taken on campus Columbia College Bio 60 Bio 10 Bio 65 Chem 11 or Chem 12 Compton College Physio 31& Anat 32 or AP 34a & 34b Micro 33 Chem 20 or 21a & 21b Concordia University Bio 247 Bio 246 Contact M. Ward Contact M. Ward Contra Costa College BioSci 134 BioSci 132 BioSci 148 Contact M. Ward Cosumnes River College Bio 430 Bio 431 Bio 440 Chem 305 & 306 Crafton Hills College Anat 150 & 151 Micro 150 Chem 101 & 102 CSU Bakersfield Bio 255 Bio 250 Bio 311 Chem 150 & 203 CSU Channel Islands Bio 211 Bio 210 Bio 217 Chem 110 CSU Chico Bio 104 Bio 103 Bio 211 Chem 107 & 108 CSU East Bay Bio 2010 & 2020 or 2011 & 2021 Bio 2025 Chem 1605 & 1602 CSU Fresno Phy 65 Phy 64 Bio 20 Chem 3a & 3b CSU Fullerton Bio 362 or 310 & L Or Bio 191a & b or Bio 361 Bio 302 or 202 Chem 200 CSU Humbolt Zoo 214 Zoo 270 Bio 210 Chem 107 & 117 CSU Los Angeles Bio 200a & 200b Mic 201 & 202 Chem 151 & 152 CSU Northridge Bio 281 & 282 Bio 211 & 213 Bio 215 &L or Bio 315 & L Contact M. Ward CSU Sacramento Bio 25 & 26 Bio 39 or 139 Chem 5 or Chem 6a & b CSU San Bernardino Bio 223 & 224 Bio 220 Chem 205, 206 & 208 CSU San Marcos Bio 175 & 176 Bio 160 Chem 105 & L CSU Stanislaus Zoo 2230 & 2232 Zoo 2250 & 2252 Mbio 3010 & 3032 Chem 2090 & 2092 Cuesta College Bio 6 Bio 5 Bio 4 Chem 11 or 211 Cuyamaca College Biol 142 & L Biol 141 Biol 152 Chem 116 Cypress College BIOL 240 Or 241 BIOL 230 Or 231 BIOL 220 Or 262 CHEM 101 & 201 Or 107 & 201
10 College/University Physiology(Bio 207) Anatomy(Bio 208) Microbiology(Micro 200) Gen, O and Biochemistry (Chem 140) DeAnza College Bio 40a, B,& C Bio 26 Chem 30A & B Desert/College of Bio 23 Bio 22 Bio 15 Chem 5 Diablo Valley College Biosci 140 Biosci 139 Biosci 146 CHEM 108 & 109 East Los Angeles College PHYSIOL 1 Or Bio 20 ANATOM 1 Or Bio 20 MICRO 20 Chem 51 El Camino College Physio 31& Anat 32 or AP 34a & 34b Micro 33 Chem 20 or 21a & 21b Evergreen College Phys 60 or Bio 72 Anat 1 Micro 70 Chem 30a & 30b Feather River College Bio 112 Bio 110 Contact M. Ward Contact M. Ward Folsom Lake College Bio 431 Bio 430 Bio 440 Chem 305 & 306 Foothill College Bio 40A, B,& C Bio 41 Chem 30A & B Fresno City College Bio 22 Bio 20 Bio 31 Chem 3a & 3b Fullerton College BIOL 240 Or 241 BIOL 230 Or 231 BIOL 220 Or 262 CHEM 101 & 201 Or 107 & 201 Gavilan College Bio 9 Bio 7 Bio 8 Chem 30a & 30b Glendale College Biol 121 Biol 120 Biol 112 Chem 120 & 121 Goldenwest College Biol 175 or 225 Biol 170 or 220 Biol 210 Chem 110 Grossmont College Bio 141 & 142 Bio 140 Bio 152 Chem 116 or 102 Hartnell College Bio 6 & 6L Bio 5 Bio 7 or 27 Chem 22 & 23 Imperial Valley College Bio 206 or 200 & 202 Bio 204 or 200 & 202 Bio 220 Chem 160 Irvine Valley College Bio 12 & 12L Bio 11 Bio 15 Chem 4 Kings River College Bio 22 Bio 20 Bio 31 Chem 3a & 3b LA City College Physio 1 Anatom 1 Micro 1 or 20 Contact M. Ward LA Harbor College Physio 1 Anatom 1 Micro 1 or 20 Chem 65 & 66 LA Mission College Physio 1 Anatom 1 Micro 1 or 20 Chem 51 LA Pierce College Physio 1 Anatom 1 Micro 1 or 20 Contact M. Ward La Sierra University Bio 132 Bio 131 Bio 135 or 185 Chem 101, L, 102, L, 103, & L LA Southwest College PHYSIOL 1 Or Bio 20 ANATOM 1 Or Bio 20 Micro 1 or 20 Chem 51 & 70 LA Trade Tech College Physio 1 Anatom 1 Micro 1 or 20 Chem 51 & 70 LA Valley College Physio 1 Anatom 1 Micro 1 or 20 Contact M. Ward Lake Tahoe College Bio 203, 204, & 205 Bio 210 Chem 100, 116, & 117 Laney College Bio 4 Bio 2 Bio 3 Chem 30a & 30b Las Positas College Physio 1 Anatom 1 Micro 1 Chem 30a & 30b Lassen College Bio 25 & 26 Bio 20 Contact M. Ward Loma Linda Unversity AHCJ 251 AHCJ 250 AHCJ 241 & 242 Contact M. Ward Long Beach City College Physi 1 Anat 1 Bio 2 Chem 3 Los Medanos College Bio Sci 45 Bio Sci 40 Bio Sci50 Chem 7 Marin/College of Bio 224 Bio 120 Bio 240 Chem 110 or 114 & 115 Marymount College Sci 133 Sci 132 Sci 150 SCI 110 Mendocino College Bio 231 Bio 230 Bio 259 Chem 200 & 202 Merced College Phys 1 or Bio 18 Anat 25 or Bio 16 Bio 20 Chem 2a & 2b Merritt College Bio 4 Bio 2 Bio 3 Chem 30a & 30b Mira Costa College Bio 220 Bio 210 Bio 230 Chem 104 Mission/West Valley College Bio 48 Bio 47 Bio 04 Chem 30a & 30b Modesto College Physio 101 Anat 125 Micro 101 Chem 143 & 144 Monterey Peninsula College Phys 1 &2 Anat 1 & 2 Bio 25 & 26 Chem 30a & 30b Moorpark College Phys 1 Anat 1 Micr 1 Chem 1a & 13 or 12 & 13 or 11 Mt San Antonio College Anat 36 Or Anat 10B Anat 35 Or Anat10A Micr 22 Or Micr1 Chem 10 & 20 or Chem 20 & 40 Mt San Jacinto College Anat 101 & 102 Bio 125 Chem 107
11 College/University Physiology(Bio 207) Anatomy(Bio 208) Microbiology(Micro 200) Gen, O and Biochemistry (Chem 140) Napa Valley College Bio 219 Bio 218 Bio 220 Chem 110 & 111 National University Sci 201, 201a, 202, & 202a Micr Sc 203 Contact M. Ward Ohlone College Bio 103a & 103b Bio 210 Chem 106 a & b or 109 Orange Coast College Biol 225 Biol 220 Biol 210 Chem 110 Oxnard College Phys 100 & L Anat 100 & L Micro 100 & L Chem 112 Palo Verde College Bio 210 Bio 211 Bio 111 Chem 109 Palomar College Zoo 203 or 205 & L Zoo 200 Micro 200 Chem 100 & 105 or 104 Pasadena College Phys 1 or 2a Anat 25 or Phys 2b Micro 2 Chem 2a & 2b Porterville College Phys 101 Ana 110 Micro 106 Contact M. Ward Redwoods/College of Bio 7 Bio 6 Bio 2 Chem 2 & 3 Reedley College Bio 22 Bio 20 Bio 31 Chem 30a & 30b Rio Hondo College Bio 226 Bio 125 Bio 222 Chem 110 Riverside College Amy 2b Amy 2a Micr 1 Chem 2a & 2b Sacramento City College Bio 430 & 431 Bio 440 Chem 305 & 306 Saddleback College Bio 12 Bio 11 Bio 15 Chem 108 San Bernardino Valley College Bio 261 or 250 & 251 Bio 260 or 250 & 251 Bio 270 Chem 101 & 104 San Diego Com College Dist Bio 235 Bio 230 Bio 205 Chem 130 & L San Diego State University Bio 261 Bio 212 Bio 210 Chem 102 San Francisco State University Bio 610 & 611 Bio 328 Bio 210 & 211 Chem 101 & 102 San Francisco/City College of Phys 1 Anat 25 MB 12 Chem 32 San Francisco/University of Bio 115 Bio 113 Bio 134 & 135 Contact M. Ward San Joaquin Delta College Bio 32 Bio 31 Bio 22 Chem 3a & 3b San Jose City College Physo 72 Anat 1 Micro 70 Chem 32a & 32b San Jose State University Bio 66 Bio 65 Micr 20 Chem 30a & 30b San Mateo/College of Bio 260 Bio 250 Bio 240 Chem 410 & 420 Santa Ana College Bio 249 Bio 239 Bio 139 or 229 Chem 210 Santa Barbara City College BMS 108 BMS 107 or 100 & 109 BMS 127 Chem 104 Santa Monica College Phys 3 Ana 1 Micro Chem 10 & 31 Santa Rosa Junior College Phys 1 Anat 1 HLC 55, Mic 5 or 60 Chem 60 Santiago Canyon College Bio 249 Bio 239 Bio 139 or 229 Chem 210 Sequoias/College of Bio 31 Bio 30 Bio 40 Chem 30 Shasta College Phys 1 Anat 1 Micro 1 Chem 2a & 2b Sierra College BioSci 6 Bio Sci 5 or 7a & b Bio Sci 4 Chem 2a & 2b Siskiyous/College of Bio 12B Bio 12A Bio 6 Chem 3a & 3b Skyline College Bio 260 Bio 250 Bio 240 Chem 410 Solano College Bio Sci 5 Biosci 6 Biosci 14 Chem 10 & 11 or 51 Sonoma State University Bio 224 Bio 220 Bio 218 Chem 105 Southwestern College Bio 261 Bio 260 Bio 265 Chem 100 & 110 Taft College Bio 2255 & 2256 Bio 2250 Bio 2260 Contact M. Ward Ventura College Phys V1 Anat V1 Micro V1 Chem 30 & L or 20, L, 21, & L Victor Valley College Bio 231 Bio 211 Bio 221 Chem 100 & 207 Vista College See other district colleges See other district colleges Bio 3 Chem 30a & 30b West Hills College Bio 35 Bio 32 Bio 38 Chem 2a & 2b West Los Angeles College Physio 1 Anatom 1 Micro 1 or 20 Chem 51 Woodland College Bio 5 Bio 4 Bio 6 Chem 2a & 2b Yuba College Bio 5 Bio 4 Bio 6 Chem 2a & 2b
12 CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LONG BEACH School of Nursing Estimated Program Costs Paid by Nursing Students in the Nursing Program Basic BSN (undergrad) (6 Semesters) Student Status Trimester BSN (undergrad) (6 Semesters) EL MSN (post bac) (1 st 16 Months) Item Malpractice Insurance Health Insurance* 3, , , CPR course Immunizations Health Exam Background Check Nursing Equipment TEAS Test Stethoscope Uniforms and Shoes Travel to Clinical Sites Books and School Supplies 3, , , Tuition** 20, , , ATI Testing BRN Application Fees NCLEX Exam Fee Total $28, $27, $27,