So, you want to become a nurse? We can show you how to continue your academic journey by helping you meet important deadlines and select the right classes.
Most healthcare organizations require nurses to have a Bachelor of Science in Nursing – a BSN. The path to an Ohio State BSN starts with an associate degree in nursing at your community college. You will then transfer to Ohio State’s online program and graduate a Buckeye with your BSN from The Ohio State University.
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We can show you how by helping you meet important deadlines and select the right classes.
Ohio State has agreements with seven Central Ohio community colleges. These plans of study list all of the courses from the community colleges and Ohio State. Following the right plan allows you to start courses from Ohio State’s bachelor’s program before finishing your associate degree. You can then seamlessly progress to the online Ohio State Bachelor of Science in Nursing program.
You will need to maintain a 3.2 GPA for admission if you are still in your associate degree program to be a part of Path2BSN. Once you’re accepted into the RN to BSN program a 2.75 GPA must be maintained. Check with your community college advisor to ensure you have the most up-to-date information. We can guide you along the way. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get started today.
It’s time to launch your nursing career.
Select your community college from the list below for more information on your Path2BSN.
Central Ohio Technical College
Clark State Community College
Columbus State Community College
Edison State Community College
Marion Technical College
North Central State College
Rhodes State Community College*
Don’t see your preferred school or already have your associate degree in nursing? We can still help. Send a note to email@example.com and we will support you.
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