Nursing

All beginning first-year students in the Nursing Program will be required to meet and comply with the basic admission criteria for Husson University. In addition, the Nursing Program maintains specific eligibility requirements. The specific admission requirements for the Nursing Program are as follows:
  • Graduation from an approved high school or credential indicating equivalent preparation.
  • SAT I of at least 1350 (or ACT equivalent).
  • High school average of at least 86 (GPA 3.0).
  • Completion of the following high school subjects with a grade of "C+" or better:
    - Four years of English
    - Two years of mathematics, including one year of algebra
    - Two years of science, including one year of chemistry
    - One year of social science
  • Health qualifications determined through physician or other health care provider examination and immunization record.
  • Personal qualifications as determined through references and a biographical sketch that includes personal goals.
The applicant must have the following official records sent to the Husson University Admissions Office before being considered for admission:
  • High school transcript.
  • College transcript, if applicable, or transcript from any other schools attended.
  • Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT I) results.
  • Two references from teachers and/or employers.
Please click here to go to the Husson Undergraduate Programs Admissions Application.