Each applicant to Georgetown University is reviewed holistically by the admissions committee within the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
NHS prepares students to make a difference in the lives of others. Based in the nation's capital, the Nursing Program delivers academic excellence and extensive career opportunities, while fostering Georgetown's deep-rooted tradition of contributing to the common good.
For transfer applicants, Georgetown University does not have any prerequisite courses that are required in order to be eligible to apply to the BSN program. For those interested in transferring into the nursing program as a 2nd year, students will need to have taken the following:
- A chemistry course that is designed for a science major (3 or more credits) at a 'B' or better
- Human Biology 1 and 2 with lab or Anatomy & Physiology 1 and 2 with lab at the same institution (a total of 8 or more credits) at a 'B' or better
Please note: You do not need to have any of the above courses in order to be considered for transfer admission into the nursing program. Students without any or with partial coursework completed as described above by the start of their entering fall semester will be considered for the 1st year of the BSN program only.
Georgetown does not require the TEAS test to be eligible to apply as a transfer applicant.
Explore our Web site to learn about the program from the faculty, current students, and alumni.
Please click here to register for a general undergraduate admissions information session followed by a student-led campus tour through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Then, click here to book an appointment with Marianne Lyons for a more in-depth discussion about the Bachelor's Program.
Marianne Lyons, Associate Dean
(202) 687-1561 phone
St. Mary's Hall Room 208