The University of Alabama, in conjunction with the UWA Division of Nursing, offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) for qualified registered nurses. Upon completing the Associate Degree in nursing, passing the registered nurse licensure examination, and completing prerequisites courses, students may apply for admission to the BSN program. The general education course requirements for the BSN may be completed at the University of West Alabama. Additional nursing courses are offered by the University of Alabama through distance education. Further information about the BSN program is available upon request from the office of the Division of Nursing.
I. History/Literature: 9 hours
Students are required to complete either a six-hour literature or history sequence. Also, students must complete three hours in the area outside of their sequence (e.g., a student completing HY 101 and 102 will be required to take a Literature course).