CONTACT

Information sessions
for the Pre-Licensure BSN
program are held monthly at
the Health Sciences Building.
To sign up you must visit our events page

Emily Jefferies
Academic Advisor (last names L-Z)
816-235-1710
jefferiese@umkc.edu

Jacob Smallegan
Academic Advisor (last names A-K)
816-235-5768
smalleganj@umkc.edu


Pre-Licensure BSN

Pre-Licensure BSN Program Accepting Applications for Fall 2018 Admission

Although the priority deadline has now passed, completed applications for the Pre-Licensure BSN program beginning Fall 2018 that are submitted between now and May 4, 2018 will still be reviewed on a rolling basis (meaning as they are completed and received), as long as space in the program is still available.  Any additional applications received will then be reviewed and placed on a wait list.

Click here for the Pre-Licensure BSN Program application

Please direct any questions about the extended application deadline for the Fall 2018 Pre-Licensure BSN program to academic advisors Jacob Smallegan (last names beginning A-K),smalleganj@umkc.edu, or Emily Jefferies (last names beginning L-Z), jefferiese@umkc.edu.


Nursing is one of the most exciting careers in the workforce. UMKC can help students get started in their freshman year with the pre-licensure Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN-PL). Students apply to the SoNHS and begin pre-nursing courses in their freshman year. The BSN-PL includes three years of clinical course work.

You will receive hands-on clinical experiences in the first semester of your sophomore year. Expect clinical opportunities with diverse patients. Those experiences will be at urban and suburban settings within hospitals that are privately-owned, publicly-owned and teaching institutions. Instructors provide a safe learning environment complete with high-fidelity simulators throughout the program so students can learn while working directly with patients. The curriculum emphasizes critical qualities necessary for leadership roles including complex-problem solving and management skills. The BSN-PL track requires an internship and 128 credit hours for graduation. It has full approval by the Missouri State Board of Nursing.

The UMKC School of Nursing and Health Studies (SONHS) offers the Direct Admit Program for outstanding high school students who intend to enter UMKC as freshmen. Eligible students are offered direct admission into the Pre-Licensure Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) Program as freshmen, allowing them to be pre-admitted to the clinical major. Click here to learn more!

Program Admission Requirements

Current UMKC students should schedule a meeting with their academic advisor to review the requirements for application to the pre-licensure or accelerated BSN program.  Prospective students to UMKC should schedule a campus visit with UMKC’s Welcome Center and request to attend an Information Session at the School of Nursing & Health Studies to learn more about the admission requirements for the pre-licensure or accelerated BSN program.

UMKC Application

  • Submit the UMKC Application
  • Have an official transcript mailed from each institution attended to:
    UMKC Office of Admissions
    120 Administrative Center
    5115 Oak St.
    Kansas City, MO 64112

 

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CONTACT

Information sessions
for the Pre-Licensure BSN
program are held monthly at
the Health Sciences Building.
To sign up you must visit our events page

Emily Jefferies
Academic Advisor (last names L-Z)
816-235-1710
jefferiese@umkc.edu

Jacob Smallegan
Academic Advisor (last names A-K)
816-235-5768
smalleganj@umkc.edu