Nursing B.S.N. Fast Track Option

The Fast Track Program Option allows qualified individuals to complete the BSN program in six semesters of full time study.  Students must fulfill all general education requirements as well as all requirements of the nursing major.  The program begins each year in January.

Admission to the Fast Track Program is based on the cumulative grade point average for the following pre-requisite courses (or approved equivalents).  Students must also meet the admission requirements of the Digital Campus at Walsh University:

CHEM 120Fundamentals of Clinical Chem4
BIO 209/209LAnatomy/Physiology I4
BIO 210/210LAnatomy/Physiology II4
NS 207Nutrition3
NURS 220PLH1:Theo Found for Nursing Prac3

Students must attain a cumulative grade point average of 2.75 or higher in these prerequisite courses. In addition, a grade of C- or lower in any of the above listed courses will not be accepted. Science courses must have been completed within the past seven years.  The Digital Campus admission requirements must be met, they include the following:  Students must transfer 12 or more credit hours from a regionally accredited school, be age 21 or older and have a GPA of 2.75 in prerequisite coursework. 



Nursing Fast Track Program Requirements

Biology (18 sem. hrs.)
BIO 206
and Microbiology: Lab
NS 207Nutrition3
BIO 209
Anatomy/Physiology I
and Anatomy/Physiology I: Lab
BIO 210
Anatomy/Physiology II
and Anatomy/Physiology II: Lab
BIO 290Pathophysiology3
Chemistry (4 sem. hrs.)
CHEM 120Fundamentals of Clinical Chem4
Mathematics (3 sem. hrs.)
MATH 221Statistics 23
Philopsophy (3 sem. hrs)
PHIL 304H3:Bioethics 33
Psychology (3 sem. hrs.)
PSYC 210T1:DV:Human Devel Across Lifes 13
Nursing (54 sem. hrs.)
NURS 220PLH1:Theo Found for Nursing Prac3
NURS 230PLDV:Hlth Asses/Prom for Nur Prc4
NURS 240PLDM:Clinical Pharm/Nurs Mgt3
NURS 310PLFound of Nurs w/Older Adult5
NURS 320PLDV:Nurs to Promo Mental Healt4
NURS 330PLDV:Nurs w/Acutely Ill Adults I4
NURS 335PLDV:Nurs w/ Acute Ill Adults II4
NURS 340PLDV:Nursing with Families I4
NURS 410PLNursing Research3
NURS 420PLDV:Population Focused Nursing4
NURS 425PLNursing with Families II4
NURS 430PLNursing Leadership5
NURS 440PLNurs w/ Critically Ill Adults5
NURS 450PLNursing Capstone2


A minimum of 120 semester hours is required for graduation. Students must fulfill all general education requirements and requirements for the nursing major.