Traditional BSN Program - Sophomore Transfer Students
- Completed all college-level prerequisite coursework including:
- English composition
- Introductory Psychology
- Developmental Psychology
- Organic Biochemistry
- Anatomy & Physiology
- Electives (7-8 credits)
- Courses with theory-base may transfer to School of Nursing programs as electives (e.g. anthropology, creative arts, economics, environmental issues, history, language, math, philosophy, psychology, sociology, science - genetics and/or microbiology recommended)
Prerequisite Coursework Notes:
- For information on transferable coursework, review Transfer Equivalencies.
- Sophmore-level transfer students may transfer up to 30 credits, including the prerequisite coursework, if offered admission.
- All prerequisite coursework must be complete by the start of the fall term if offered admission. However, applicants are strongly encouraged to complete both the Organic Biochemistry and Anatomy & Physiology courses before the spring enrollment.
Transfer students accepted into the BSN program will be required to take N152: Assessment of Health and Illness during their first term of enrollment which will be Spring term. Sophomore transfer students begin in Level II of the BSN Curriculum.
Deadline to Apply
Selected Term on Application:
Undergraduate Admissions Application
Electronic submission via online application:
Application Required Supporting Material
Nursing Supplemental Form
In addition to the online application, please thoroughly complete the supplemental form, available at this link: Sophomore Transfer Supplemental Form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nursing Supplemental Form Important Notes
Resume & Essays
You will upload your resume and essays as part of the application.
Transcripts from high school and all colleges previously attended must be sent to:
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
1220 Student Activities Building
515 East Jefferson Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1316
SAT 1 or ACT (including writing test/section)
Send test score directly to the University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
If you did not take the ACT or the SAT as a high school student, these scores are not a required element of your application.
International students must also submit scores from the TOEFL, IELTS, or MELAB. For details, see the Entrance Exams webpage.