BSN Traditional Track
Designed for individuals with no prior nursing education and no bachelor’s degree, Jefferson's fully accredited BSN program provides an educational foundation for professional nursing practice and graduate study in nursing. Emphasizing the relationship between academic and clinical experience, the program promotes continued intellectual inquiry.
The Traditional BSN option enrolls students who have completed their first two years of prerequisite work at another institution. Learn more about the program prerequisites and how to apply.
JANUARY 15 - Traditional BSN Center City Priority application deadline
MAY 15 - Traditional BSN Abington-Dixon Final application deadline
Students complete four semesters of nursing theory and clinical course work for a total of 64 credits.
Jefferson Nursing students learn clinical skills in a risk-free, simulated-patient environment that is one of the nation’s leading centers of its kind. Combined with their clinical practice at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, our BSN students graduate with far more hours of clinical experience than is professionally required.
Jefferson BSN graduates have consistently scored among the highest pass rates on the national licensure examination of all PA professional nursing programs.