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Full-Time Course of Study

Designed for both freshmen and transfer students, the clinical track of the Traditional program consists of successfully completing general education and nursing coursework.  The UMSL College of Nursing launched a new curriculum in the Fall 2018 semester.  Students admitted prior to Fall 2018 will remain with the current curriculum.  Please see the sample plans of study below for curriculum specifics.

Freshman students who were admitted prior to Fall 2018 can expect to complete the entire degree program in 4 years- 1.5 years of general education coursework and 2.5 years of nursing coursework.  First-time freshmen starting in the Fall 2018 semester (both Traditional Track and Guaranteed Clinical Track admits) can expect to complete the entire degree program in 4 years- 2 years of general education coursework and 2 years of nursing clinical coursework.  

Hernandez"The courteousness of counselors, and the fact that I was able to transfer a lot of prerequisites for the nursing career, is what led me to choose UMSL. I transferred to UMSL from a Junior college."

-Jõse Hernandez, BSN Student

For more information, contact the College of Nursing Office of Student Services.


Getting Started Plans of Study
Guaranteed Clinical Admission Criteria
General Admission Criteria
How to Apply
Estimated Cost- Four Year Plan
Four Year Plan
Prior to 2018: Clinicals Only Full-Time Plan
Prior to 2018: Guaranteed Admission Plan
Prior to 2018: Clinicals Only Part-Time Plan
Program Resources
Frequently Asked Questions
Transfer FAQs
Funding Your Education
Scholarships and Loans
General Education Course Requirements