The Bachelor of Science in Nursing Traditional Track (BSN) is designed for students with 60 hours of prerequisite college coursework and no previous nursing education. The Traditional BSN is 24 months long, with courses taken during the Fall and Spring semesters.
Entering Fall Class: February 1
Entering Spring Class: August 1
Minimum GPAs & Test Scores
Cumulative GPA: 2.5
Prerequisite GPA: 3.0
TEAS Score: 65
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing Traditional Track requires 60 hours of prerequisite coursework taken at a regionally accredited college or university. Students applying must also take the most current version of the TEAS exam with PSI through ATI Testing.
Starting with Fall 2019, undergraduate applicants who meet minimum admissions requirements will be reviewed through a holistic process. Selected applicants will be invited to interview and submit a writing sample.
The admissions application, NursingCAS fee, and official transcripts are due to NursingCAS by the application deadline. Please submit official transcripts of all attended schools to:
P.O. Box 9201
Watertown, MA 02471
Application fees, TEAS score report, and all college credit score reports (AP, CLEP, etc) are due to UT Health San Antonio by the application deadline. Please send all score reports to:
UT Health Science Center San Antonio
School Code: 6908
Application and fee
All Nursing programs at UT Health San Antonio require a completed NursingCAS application to be submitted before the deadline.
All fees are accessed through the NursingCAS application and must be paid by the deadline.