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Bachelor of Science Nursing (Prelicensure) CCNE-Accredited

  • Overview

    One program to become both an RN and earn a BSN.

    If you are looking to become an RN and live in California, Texas, Florida, Indiana, or Utah, this program could be for you. In areas where this program is available, WGU has partnerships with healthcare employers who provide practice sites and clinical coaches to help teach and inspire you on your path to becoming a nurse.

    Quality and respect.

    All nursing degree programs in WGU's College of Health Professions are CCNE-accredited.

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  • California

    Los Angeles and Orange County

    Clinicals take place in area partner hospitals. Students are expected to be able to work at multiple locations.

    WGU provides hospital placement for students, and we are proud to partner with many respected hospitals, such as:

    • Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
    • Huntington Hospital
    • Tenet Health System

    Special considerations:

    Because there are limited clinical opportunities available in select hospitals in Southern California, this is a highly selective program. Clinicals will take place throughout Los Angeles and the Orange County area.

    Enrollment Counselors are available to explain the specifics of this program in this region, including available start dates.

  • Florida

    Daytona Beach

    Programs start twice per year, in varying months. Additional locations and program starts are being developed.

    Clinicals take place in area partner hospitals.

    WGU provides hospital placement for students, and we are proud to partner with many reputable hospitals, such as:

    • Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center
    • Florida Hospital DeLand
    • Florida Hospital Flagler

    Enrollment Counselors are available to explain the specifics of this program in this region, including available start dates.

    Special considerations:

    Florida students, please note:

    • Licensed by the Commission for Independent Education.
    • State of Florida requires the FDLE Level 2 Background Check.1
  • Indiana

    Programs in Indianapolis start every 4–6 months.

    Clinicals take place in area partner hospitals.

    WGU provides hospital placement for students, and we are proud to partner with many respected hospitals, such as:

    • Eskenazi Health
    • Roudebush VA

    Programs in Elkhart start every 12 months. WGU Enrollment Counselors have detailed information.

    Clinicals take place in area partner hospitals.

    WGU provides hospital placement for students, and we are proud to partner with many reputable hospitals, such as:

    • Elkhart General

    Programs in Vincennes start every 12 months. WGU Enrollment Counselors can provide more information.

    Clinicals take place in area partner hospitals.

    WGU provides hospital placement for students, and we are proud to partner with many reputable hospitals, such as:

    • Good Samaritan Hospital

    Programs in Mattoon start every 12 months. WGU Enrollment Counselors have detailed information.

    Clinicals take place in area partner hospitals.

    WGU provides hospital placement for students, and we are proud to partner with many reputable hospitals, such as:

    • Sarah Bush Lincoln Health Center
  • Texas

    Programs in Houston generally begin each month.

    Clinicals take place in area partner hospitals.

    WGU provides hospital placement for students, and we are proud to partner with many respected hospitals, such as:

    • Houston Methodist Medical Center
    • Memorial Hermann Southeast
    • Memorial Hermann Greater Heights
    • Michael E DeBakey VA Medical Center
    • Shriners Hospital for Children
    • St. Luke's Health Sugarland Hospital

    Programs in Dallas generally begin every other month.

    Clinicals take place in area partner hospitals.

    WGU provides hospital placement for students, and we are proud to partner with many respected hospitals, such as:

    • Lake Pointe Baylor Scott and White Medical Center
    • Sunnyvale Baylor Scott and White Medical Center
    • Plano Baylor Scott and White Medical Center
    • Crescent Medical Center
    • University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
    • VA North Texas Healthcare System

    Programs begin annually in November.

    Clinicals take place in area partner hospitals.

    WGU provides hospital placement for students, and we are proud to partner with many reputable hospitals, such as:

    • Houston Methodist San Jacinto Hospital

    Program start dates vary by location.

    WGU Enrollment Counselors have more information for those interested in the Prelicensure program in this area.

    Clinicals are performed in area partner hospitals.

    Hospital placement for students is handled by WGU, and we are proud to partner with many reputable hospitals, such as:

    • Doctors Hospitals at Renaissance
    • Valley Baptist Medical Center

    Programs begin annually in May.

    WGU Enrollment Counselors have more information for those interested in the Prelicensure program in the Bryan/College Station area.

    Clinicals are performed in area partner hospitals.

    WGU provides hospital placement for students, and we are proud to partner with many reputable hospitals, such as:

    • CHI St. Joseph Health Regional Hospital

    Programs start annually in October.

    Clinicals take place in area partner hospitals.

    WGU provides hospital placement for students, and we are proud to partner with CHI St. Luke’s the Woodlands hospital.

    Program start dates:

    • June
    • December

    Clinicals take place in area partner hospitals.

    WGU provides hospital placement for students, and we are proud to partner with many respected hospitals, such as:

    • Wise Regional Health Center

    Program start dates vary. WGU Enrollment Counselors have more information for those interested in the Prelicensure program in the El Paso area.

    Clinicals are performed in area partner hospitals.

    Hospital placement for students is handled by WGU, and we are proud to partner with many reputable hospitals, such as:

    • Del Sol Medical Center
    • Hospitals at Providence

    Program starts annually in May. WGU Enrollment Counselors have more information for those interested in the Prelicensure program in this area.

    Clinicals are performed in area partner hospitals.

    Hospital placement for students is handled by WGU, and we are proud to partner with many reputable hospitals, such as:

    • Woodland Heights Medical Center
    • CHI St. Luke's Memorial Medical - Livingston

    Program begins every March and September.

    Clinicals take place in area partner hospitals.

    WGU provides hospital placement for students, and we are proud to partner with many respected hospitals, such as:

    • Mainland Medical Center

    Program begins twice a year in the Spring and Fall.

    Clinicals take place in area partner hospitals.

    WGU provides hospital placement for students, and we are proud to partner with many respected hospitals, such as:

    • Baylor Scott and White Medical Center Hillcrest
    • Scott and White Medical Center Temple
    • Providence Healthcare Network Central Texas
  • Utah

    Clinicals take place in area partner hospitals.

    WGU provides hospital placement for students, and we are proud to partner with many reputable hospitals, such as:

    • Mountain West Medical Center
    • St. Mark’s hospital
    • Salt Lake Regional
    • Shriners Hospital for Children
    • Primary Children’s Hospital
    • Intermountain Healthcare (IHC)*

    An Enrollment Counselor can explain the application, prerequisites, enrollment process, and program start dates.

    *Enroll hospital employees only.

    Clinicals take place in area partner hospitals.

    WGU provides hospital placement for students, and we are proud to partner with many reputable hospitals, such as:

    • Dixie Regional Medical Center*
    • Beaver Valley Hospital
    • Central Valley Medical Center
    • Milford Valley Hospital

    An Enrollment Counselor can explain the application, prerequisites, enrollment process, and program start dates.

    *Enroll hospital employees only.

WGU's prelicensure nursing program is available in CA, UT, TX, IN and FL.

Program at a glance: Start your journey here.

The BSN (Prelicensure) program is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for aspiring nurses looking for a path to both their RN license and a BSN degree. It's also unique among WGU degree programs—with some unique things to consider as you think about applying for admission. Please check out the BSN (Prelicensure) Program Snapshot, a great place to start your research on the program.

Important prerequisites to begin enrollment.

WGU is now opening admissions to aspiring nurses in select areas who have completed all prerequisites as outlined below. Enrollment into this program is conducted in two phases of admissions: Pre-Nursing Curriculum and the Clinical Nursing Program.

Enrollment into the Pre-Nursing Curriculum and admission into the Clinical Nursing Program is competitive. Students must first be accepted and enrolled into the Pre-Nursing Curriculum. You must be at least 18 years of age before beginning the application process or participating in clinical experiences. Students enrolled in the Pre-Nursing Curriculum must successfully pass the Foundations in Nursing Skills performance exam during the pre-nursing term in order to be considered for admission.

Applicants must have a combined minimum of a 2.5 GPA in the required nursing sciences to be considered for enrollment into the pre-nursing program. Enrollment in the university and in the pre-nursing term does not guarantee acceptance into the clinical nursing program. Applicants are required to submit and/or complete the following items:

  • Take and pass the ATI TEAS Exam with a minimum total score of 60% and a reading subtest score of at least 60.
  • Submit a professional resume.
  • Submit a letter of intent.
  • Submit one professional letter of recommendation.
  • Submit official transcripts from all previous institutions that show completion of required prerequisites.

Note: Preference will be given to those individuals with a prior college degree. All prerequisites must be complete before an application for enrollment can be considered. Applicants who are not native speakers of English are required to take appropriate tests of language proficiency.

Students who are successful in the Pre-Nursing Curriculum will be ranked for admission consideration for the Clinical Nursing Program. Enrollment in the Pre-Nursing Curriculum is not a guarantee for admission into the Clinical Nursing Program. The following must be completed in order to be considered for admission into the Clinical Nursing Program:

  • Proof of health insurance†.
  • Proof of successfully passing of a criminal background check*.
  • Proof of successfully passing a urine drug test*.
  • Proof of a current immunization record and current negative TB test.
  • Proof of meeting the specific physical requirements in accordance with the core performance standards of the nursing profession.
  • Participation in an interview with an admissions committee comprised of two or three committee members including the State Director of Nursing or designee.

† Note: Student malpractice insurance will be provided by WGU at no cost to you.

* Note: Starred items are required to be completed no sooner than 90 days prior to beginning the clinical portions of this program.

Application and acceptance into the program is based on available clinical space, successful completion of all pre-nursing term course requirements, and numerical ranking of the above items, including a WGU pre-nursing term mentor recommendation.

 

Pre-nursing students will be required to submit evidence of all of the below to be considered for admission to the nursing program:

  • Tetanus/Diphtheria and Pertussis vaccination
  • Measles, Mumps, and Rubella vaccinations and Titer
  • Varicella Zoster vaccination and Titer
  • Hepatitis B vaccination and Titer
  • TB testing
  • Seasonal flu vaccination

It is necessary to have the following physical abilities for the Clinical portion of the program:

  • walk the equivalent of five miles per day
  • reach above shoulder level
  • hear tape recorded transcription and emergency monitors
  • distinguish colors
  • adapt to shift work
  • grip
  • sit and stand for long periods of time
  • climb stairs
  • lift 50 pounds
  • perform CPR

If you have any questions about these required immunizations and physical requirements, please speak with an Enrollment Counselor.

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$4,800

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$645 per-term program fees include a Resource Fee of $145 (covers all e-books and learning resources, saving you thousands) and a Health Professions Student Fee. Tuition and fees are as of January 1, 2019.

Other student responsibilities:
ATI TEAS Exam — $115 at PSI Testing Centers; cost differs at other sites
Uniforms — $146.30 plus shipping, handling, and applicable taxes
iTouch unit or handheld device that is compatible with Nursing Central Software — cost varies
Lab kit fees — $263.09
Drug screen, background check, and immunization tracking system — $94, which includes one alias search; there will be a separate charge for each additional alias search, and due to expenses associated with accessing court documents, the fees for students in the following states will be as follows: MI ($10), NV ($12). All fees are subject to change.


You may also be required to pay for doctor’s visit for a physical examination and immunizations to fulfill specific admissions requirements. Please speak to an Enrollment Counselor to learn more about what is required of you.

Top-notch nursing curriculum designed by experts and employers.

The curriculum in WGU’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program is designed not only to make you a nurse, but to make you an outstanding nurse, ready to contribute to a strong team and better patient outcomes.

The WGU B.S. Nursing (Prelicensure) curriculum was designed and is regularly updated with input from the experts on our Nursing Program Council, ensuring you learn what you need to know and master the skills you need to excel as a nurse and play your part on a vital team.

Prerequisites

To be considered for enrollment, students must complete the following program admissions prerequisites or transfer equivalents. These courses must be completed before enrolling at WGU:

  • English Composition I
  • Survey of United States Constitution and Government
  • Introduction to Communication
  • Introduction to Humanities
  • Human Growth and Development Across the Lifespan
  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Introduction to Sociology
  • Anatomy and Physiology I (with lab)
  • Anatomy and Physiology II (with lab)
  • Clinical Microbiology (with lab)
More about prerequisites

Program Coursework

Approximately 60% of this program is online coursework, with the remaining 40% as hands-on clinical time. The following areas of study are a sample list of the coursework you will complete online:

  • Introduction to Nursing Arts and Science
  • Health and Wellness Through Nutritional Science
  • Organizational Systems: Safety and Regulation
  • Medical Dosage Calculations
  • Pharmacology
  • Applied Healthcare Statistics
  • Information Management and the Application of Technology
  • Caring Arts and Science Across the Lifespan
  • Physical Assessment
  • Care of Adults with Complex Illnesses
  • Professional Roles and Values
  • Care of the Older Adult
  • Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing
  • Care of the Developing Family
  • Nursing Care of Children
  • Community Health and Population-Focused Nursing
  • Evidence-Based Practice and Applied Nursing Research
  • Critical Care Nursing
  • Organizational Systems and Quality Leadership
  • Professional Nursing Role Transition
  • Biochemistry
Download the program guide

Clinical Experience

This program includes intensive clinical rotations, scheduled for 2-3 weeks in each 12 segment of the program. Preparation will be completed online under the guidance of a WGU Program Mentor and through mandatory attendance of high-fidelity clinical simulation learning labs.

  • Cutting-edge clinical simulations, including virtual-reality and high-fidelity simulations to develop clinical skills.
  • Agency-based clinical rotations in hospitals and other key healthcare sites.
  • One-on-one guidance, supervision, and support in a busy, contemporary clinical setting with a Clinical Coach—an experienced staff nurse and clinical expert.
  • You will complete multiple clinical rotations each year, both in-hospital and community-based.
View sample schedule

Options for completion of prerequisites.

Here's a list of sources for the prerequisites that are required in order to be considered for this nursing program.

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Realize your dreams of being a registered nurse.

Caring for others in their time of need has been your lifelong passion. It’s your heart and soul—it’s why you feel called to be a nurse. WGU’s nursing programs are designed around a philosophy and a conceptual model of nursing that recognizes the nurse’s diverse roles as detective, scientist, and healer.

We’re committed to our mission of forming “confident, caring, and competent professional nurses prepared to meet emerging healthcare needs of diverse populations.”   

WGU 2017 Nursing Prelicensure Pinning Ceremony

The accreditation you need, plus industry respect and recognition.

Healthcare and nursing employers want employees with the credentials that prove they can help improve patient care while streamlining facilities and strengthening their reputations. An important measure of a health degree’s value is whether it comes from an accredited university with programs that have been recognized for excellence by leading healthcare organizations. WGU’s commitment to quality has been recognized:

Accredited

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In addition to WGU's regional accreditation through the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, the bachelor’s and master’s nursing degree programs at WGU are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (655 K Street, NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001, 202-887-6791).

Respected

“What we need are people who are truly versatile, able to learn efficiently and effectively, folks who are able to master change at the same pace as their company, and folks who are self-motivated. Those are the kind of people [who] represent graduates of Western Governors University.”

John Steele
Senior Vice President of Human Relations, HCA Healthcare

Recognized

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The National League for Nursing named WGU’s nursing programs a Center of Excellence™ in Nursing Education.

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A BSN program designed by healthcare and nursing experts.

Program consists of:

24 Courses

What About Transfer Credits?

WGU designs its curriculum to be timely, relevant, and practical—in other words, to make sure your degree is proof that you really know your stuff.

Every course focuses on mastering the skills and knowledge it takes to be an outstanding nurse. Your degree requirements are carefully developed to give you high-level competence in a variety of patient care settings, including chronic care, geriatrics, pediatrics, etc. Excellence is at the heart of WGU’s B.S. Nursing (Prelicensure) curriculum.

That means that what you learn in school will serve you well in your practice as a nurse—and as you continue to move forward in your healthcare career, whatever your goals and aspirations may be. It’s all about real-world applicability so every moment spent studying is time well-spent.

 

Complete the following courses in 2.5 years with personalized faculty support.

You will work with your WGU Program Mentor and Course Instructors to prepare for rigorous assessments, virtual-reality simulations, and high-fidelity simulations. Once you've successfully completed those, you will qualify to attend your agency-based clinical rotations. Expect to spend at least 30 hours or more per week on your studies, and in the completion of clinical rotations and simulation labs.

This program has a standard path and a set pace, with a completion time of 2.5 years.

Additional courses in term if not accepted for transfer:

  • Biochemistry (if not accepted for transfer)
  • Pharmacology (if not accepted for transfer)
  • Applied Health Care Statistics and Analysis (if not accepted for transfer)
  • Information Management and the Application of Technology
  • Caring Arts and Science Across the Lifespan I
  • Caring Arts and Science Across the Lifespan I Clinical Learning
  • Physical Assessment
  • Caring Arts and Science Across the Lifespan II
  • Caring Arts and Science Across the Lifespan II Clinical Learning
  • Care of Adults with Complex Illnesses
  • Clinical Learning for Complex Illnesses in Adults
  • Professional Roles and Values
  • Care of the Older Adult
  • Psychiatric / Mental Health Nursing
  • Psychiatric / Mental Health Clinical
  • Care of the Developing Family
  • Nursing Care of Children
  • Community Health and Population-Focused Nursing
  • Community Health and Population-Focused Nursing Field Experience
  • Evidence Based Practice and Applied Nursing Research
  • Critical Care Nursing
  • Critical Care Nursing Clinical Learning
  • Organizational Systems and Quality Leadership
  • Professional Nursing Role Transition
  • Nursing Clinical Practicum

Plan to work hard: Program requirements and expectations.

The B.S. Nursing (Prelicensure) program requires that you work closely with WGU faculty and clinical coaches. You will be expected to complete all required competency units assigned each 6-month term.

The first person you speak with at WGU will be your Enrollment Counselor, an expert in your program who can explain all the requirements and expectations in more detail. You can also read more about each course in the Program Guide.

Request info from an Enrollment Counselor.

Download the Program Guide.

Special requirements for this program:

You will work one-on-one with a clinical coach (under the guidance of a clinical instructor) to complete several “intensives” of clinical rotations. Your clinical coach is an experienced staff nurse trained to help you throughout the duration of your rotations. Together with your Program Mentor, you will decide when you are ready to complete course assessments. Assessment of your clinical competence will be conducted by clinical instructors.

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Quality you can trust: Curriculum developed with guidance from healthcare employers and experts.

To ensure our degree programs are consistent with the expectations of today's healthcare strategists, transformational leaders, value innovators, tactical managers, and analysts, we develop our courses with input from councils composed of nationally recognized experts in their respective fields. Council members offer guidance on key competencies to be expected from successful WGU graduates.

“My heart is with the Prelicensure BSN students who have chosen the noble profession of nursing as a career. Should you choose WGU to prepare you, know that this is the university of the future: It is affordable, it's flexible, and it offers learning based in competencies rather than just class time.” Brenda Cleary, Ph.D., RN, FAAN
Adjunct Faculty
University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill

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WGU’s Prelicensure BSN program: Your path to becoming a nurse.

You need your RN license to achieve your goal of being a nurse. Becoming a bachelor’s-prepared nurse as well will open the door to many opportunities—whether you want to serve on decision-making committees at your facility or desire greater employability at hospitals seeking magnet status.  

15%

Projected employment of registered nurses will grow 15 percent from 2016 to 2026, much faster than the average for all occupations.

— U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics
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They're Prepared.

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They Perform.

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Employers rated WGU graduates' job performance as very good or excellent.

They Wow.

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Employers said their WGU graduates have exceeded their expectations.

They're Confident.

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Graduates said the majority of their coursework was related to their jobs.

They're Working.

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Graduates are working full-time.

They're Satisfied.

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Graduates said their degrees were worth the cost of their education.

Source: 2016 Harris Poll survey of 301 employers; 2016 Harris Poll Online survey of 1,403 new college graduates nationwide compared with survey of 1,207 WGU graduates; WGU--Gallup 2016 Report

Explore career opportunities in nursing.

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Financial aid is available.

WGU is approved for federal financial aid and U.S. veterans benefits. 
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Scholarships make our already low tuition even more affordable.

Many scholarship opportunities are available. Here are a few you may be eligible to apply for:   

$2,000

Back to School Scholarship

$2,000

ANPD Excellence in Nursing Education Scholarship

$2,500

WGU Healthcare Partners Scholarship

Common questions about this program.

The WGU BS Nursing Prelicensure program does not offer a start date each month like our other programs. We have sporadic start dates throughout the year within each geographic region inside each participating state. The clinical hospital partners that we work with determine when our cohorts will begin and the size of those cohorts. We encourage applicants to diligently work on completing their entire application to ensure they are eligible to be considered for as many cohort start dates as possible in their geographic area. You will only be considered for one start date at a time. Your Enrollment Counselor can provide specific location details

Like most nursing programs, the BS Nursing Prelicensure program at WGU is competitive. We do not work off of a waiting list. WGU reviews a variety of factors when making an admission decision. WGU continues to focus on growth and this means obtaining new clinical hospital partnerships which allows us more space to enroll Nursing Prelicensure students. 

WGU reviews a variety of factors when making an admissions decision. Healthcare experience will be factored into the admission decision but experience in the healthcare realm is not a requirement for admission.

At this time, we do not allow individuals to set up their own clinical arrangements. Clinical arrangements require a great deal of legal approval and contracts. WGU is committed to the growth of this program and we encourage you to check back in the future to see if we have expanded to your geographic area. 

The BS Nursing Prelicensure program is set up to serve students that live in, or within, a commutable distance of our clinical hospital partnership. The required clinical and lab hours are demanding and the schedule offers very little flexibility. We find that our students are most successful when they live near our clinical hospital partners. You will want to have an in depth conversation with your WGU Enrollment Counselor regarding your commute or relocation to make sure you are making the best possible decision for your success. 

The BS Nursing Prelicensure program is set up to have the student complete the program in the state where they started the program. Once a WGU student, relocation to another state is not a guarantee due to cohort availability and competitiveness.

The BS Nursing Prelicensure program is not a traditional bridge program. Our program is for individuals seeking to earn their Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree and obtain the clinical hours required to sit for the NCLEX exam to become a registered nurse.

BS Nursing Prelicensure students will be assigned a set schedule outlining their lab and clinical requirements that they will be expected to follow.  Every WGU Nursing Prelicensure student is assigned a Clinical Coach that they will work with one-on-one. Our Clinical Coaches are experienced RN’s and our students will be assigned to work the schedule of their Clinical Coach. This could include weekends, evenings and Holidays! Please review a copy of our sample clinical calendar to better understand the lab and clinical component of our program.

The BS Nursing Prelicensure program cannot be accelerated like our other WGU programs. It takes 2.5 years to complete. 

The BS Nursing Prelicensure Program has 10 prerequisite courses. These courses cannot be completed at WGU.  We require that our applicants successfully complete the prerequisites before they are eligible to be selected for admission. We do not have an age limit on previous course work.  An official transfer evaluation from our Transcripts Department will verify the completion of the 10 prerequisite courses. Talk with your Enrollment Counselor for information about online courses from other institutions that WGU has pre-approved to meet these required prerequisites.

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