Application Criteria

Florida College System Concurrent ASN to BSN Program

Minimum requirements needed to complete the Concurrent Program application:

Acceptance to UCF 

  • Apply to UCF at least three months before the BSN application deadline
  • Make sure the application term matches the program start term (for example: the Traditional BSN program starts each Fall so the application should state Fall and the year you are applying to start the program)

New UCF Student:

Former UCF Student or Alumni:

3.0 Overall GPA

8 Prerequisites

  • Complete all 8 nursing prerequisites by the application deadline
  • Complete all nursing prerequisites with a grade of “C” (2.0) or better (if you do not meet this minimum grade requirement, you will need to re-take the respective course until you meet the grade requirement)

Apply to College of Nursing

Completion of 1st Semester ASN

  • You must show proof of completion of the first semester in a Florida College System ASN program.

Additional requirements needed to begin the Concurrent program:

UCF’s General Education Program Requirement

  • Meet UCF’s General Education Program Requirement
    • Or complete the AA degree from a Florida public institution
    • Or complete a bachelor’s degree from any regionally accredited institution

UCF’s Gordon Rule Requirement 

  • Meet UCF’s Gordon Rule Requirement 
    • Or complete the AA degree from a Florida public institution
    • Or complete a bachelor’s degree from any regionally accredited institution

UCF’s Foreign Language Admission Requirement 

  • Meet UCF’s Foreign Language Admission Requirement
    • Or complete a bachelor’s degree from any regionally accredited institution
    • Or complete an AA degree from a Florida public college with initial enrollment fall 2014 or later

Florida College System Concurrent applicants may not have more than three courses outstanding among General Education, State Core, Gordon Rule, and Foreign Language requirements prior to starting the BSN program, and these courses must be completed prior to taking 4000-level courses.