CSUDH School of Nursing has collaboratively worked with community colleges in the surrounding area to help the transfer process to be seamless.
|Nursing Program Prerequisite Course||CSU GE-Breadth Area|
|• Oral communication *||A1|
|• Written communication *||A2|
|• Critical thinking *||A3|
|• Statistics *||B4|
|• College Chemistry: general, inorganic, organic or integrated (with associated lab if required at the institution where the course was taken) †||B1, (B3)|
|• Human anatomy (with required lab)||B2, B3|
|• Human physiology (with required lab)||B2, B3|
|• Microbiology (with required lab)||B2, B3|
In order for a chemistry course to be credited, the course must contain the 4 components below:
For the applicants who are denied for admission due to the chemistry requirement and wish to appeal, please visit the university's Admissions Criteria & Appeals page. If you have additional questions, you can contact the Transfer Center at (310) 243-3422. (02/20/2014)
If you meet the above requirements, you can apply online at CSUMentor.
|Term||CSU Mentor Application submission period beginning|
An official transcript is required from each college or university attended. Send transcripts directly to Admissions and Records, NOT to Nursing. Additionally, request a copy to be sent directly to yourself for your personal portfolio. Transcripts should be ordered at least 4 weeks prior to the respective deadline date, and it is strongly suggested that prior schools send all transcripts directly to you so can forward them to CSUDH Admissions and Records office directly. Transcripts are “official” as long as they are not opened.
At any time, you may check your application status by calling (310) 243-3645 or via MyCSUDH. Because the application process takes about six to eight weeks, it is strongly suggested that you check your application status three to four weeks after submission to ensure that your materials are being processed. Contact the University Advising Center at BSNge@csudh.edu should you have questions regarding G.E. courses. Be sure to indicate that you are a Nursing student, as there are some Nursing courses that count toward G.E. units.