Bachelor of Science in Nursing

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About the Program

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing is a traditional four-year program. A highly regarded faculty provides students with a grounding in clinical skills; knowledge in the biological, physical, and social sciences; and nursing theory. Students have access to diverse health systems and community-based organizations around the Washington region and the O’Neill Family Foundation Clinical Simulation Center in St. Mary’s Hall. Students are well prepared for the NCLEX-RN examination. Georgetown’s nursing programs are recognized by the National League for Nursing as a Center of Excellence in Nursing Education. Alumni of the BSN Program have gone on to diverse careers, prestigious graduate programs, and leadership roles in various sectors.

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Program Features

Student Experience

Hear From Students in the BSN Program at Georgetown

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The nursing major is very small, which is nice because you have small classes and have a nice student-professor ratio. The material is interesting and challenging and overall makes you feel like everything you are learning is essential to being a successful nurse.
— Alyssa Randall-Rose (NHS’22)

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Program Admissions

Application Deadlines

Early Action – November 1, 2022

Regular Decision – January 10, 2023

Transfer – March 1, 2023

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BSN Honors Program

This three-semester Honors Program allows students in the undergraduate nursing major with academic potential to be challenged at the highest level. Through scholarly inquiry, participants in the Nursing Honors Program address a contemporary issue related to clinical nursing practice.

For Current Students

Schedule a meeting with your academic dean, see a degree progression plan, or view more resources for current School of Nursing students, including academic calendars.