Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How do I apply for the ABSN program?
  2. What are the admissions requirements and prerequisites for the Accelerated BSN program?
  3. Can I apply for the program while completing my prerequisites?
  4. Can I transfer credits?
  5. How long does the program last?
  6. When do classes start?
  7. What is the minimum TEAS score required for admission into the program?
  8. How much does the ABSN program cost?
  9. Are scholarships available?
  10. Is the Accelerated BSN program accredited?
  11. Roseman’s Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ABSN) program isn’t listed on the Nevada Board of Nursing’s website – only the BSN degree. Is the ABSN program approved and accredited?

How do I apply for the Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing program?

Before you get too far into the application process, be sure to speak to an admissions advisor. Your advisor can help determine whether you meet the necessary admissions requirements, give you tips on financing your education, and determine the best target start date.

Once you have consulted with an advisor and been approved to formally apply for the Accelerated BSN program, you can apply through NursingCAS.

What are the admissions requirements and prerequisites for the Accelerated BSN program?

Students applying for the Roseman University ABSN program must have a minimum 2.75 GPA, achieve a grade of C or better in the necessary prerequisites, and successfully pass the Test of Essential Academic Skill (TEAS).

The prerequisites include chemistry/biochemistry, human anatomy, and statistics.

For more details on prerequisites and requirements, look at the ABSN requirements list or speak to your admissions advisor.

Can I apply for the program while completing my prerequisites?

Yes. Conditional admission will be offered based upon the successful completion of all prerequisites, as long as the student meets all other requirements. Your start date will be determined by when your last prerequisite course is successfully completed.

Can I transfer credits?

All transfer credit will be examined on a case-by-case basis. Students do commonly transfer credits from other programs. Your admissions advisor can help you determine if your transfer credits come from an accredited school.

How long does the program last?

The accelerated nursing program can be completed in as few as 16 months.

When do classes start?

Roseman University offers three start dates per year for the ABSN program: February, July, and October.

What is the minimum TEAS score?

The Test of Essential Academic Skills must be successfully passed in order to qualify for the Accelerated BSN program. Minimum TEAS scores must exceed the national program mean scores, as well as the Adjusted Individual Score, as determined by the ATI.

Your admissions advisor can help you determine the minimum passing score. These free TEAS practice tests will help you prepare for the exam.

How much does the ABSN program cost?

Not including program fees and insurance, the ABSN program costs $53,146.

Are scholarships available?

Many scholarships are available to Roseman accelerated nursing students. Your admissions advisor can provide more details and suggest sources of scholarship information.

Is the Accelerated BSN program accredited?

Our accelerated nursing program in Utah is a candidate for accreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, 3343 Peachtree Rd. NE, Suite 850, Atlanta, GA 30326; (404) 975-5000. The Roseman School of Nursing is already approved by the Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing.

The ABSN program is approved by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU). The Roseman School of Nursing is already approved by the Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing.

Roseman’s Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ABSN) program isn’t listed on the Nevada Board of Nursing’s website – only the BSN degree. Is the ABSN program approved and accredited?

Yes. Students are awarded a BSN degree, not an ABSN, “Accelerated” is included in the program name to indicate that students work through their degree requirements more quickly than they would in a traditional program. Therefore, only the BSN is listed on the board’s website.

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