Armstrong's School of Nursing is proud to have 1 HRSA-funded project, St Mary's. St Mary's is a community outreach of St. Joseph's, in collaboration with Armstrong State University's School of Nursing. The Health Center provides primary care for uninsured, financially eligible adults 19-64 years of age who live or work in Chatham County. Primary care services are provided by nurse practitioners and physicians, as well as volunteer providers and staff.
For more information, please contact the Nursing School at 912.344.2575
This annual conference, hosted by the InterProfessional Collaborative Practice Project, along with Armstrong’s College of Health Professions and St. Joseph’s Candler Health System brings together practitioners from various healthcare professions to share presentations around several themes related to interprofessional healthcare practice. The InterProfessional Collaborative Practice Project is made possible through a grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration Nurse Education, Practice, Quality, and Retention: Interprofessional Collaborative Practice, Grant #UD7HP25051
How do I apply for admission to the BSN program?
- You must first be accepted to Armstrong
- If you meet the minimum requirements, you may apply for admission to the BSN program for the upcoming semester
Is there an entrance exam required for admission into the BSN program?
How many students are selected each year?
- The BSN program accepts 96 students for fall and spring semesters each year.
- the ASBN program accepts students for fall semester each year
How long does it take to complete the BSN program?
- The program is designed to be completed in four semesters. However, a part-time option is available. Students who choose the part-time course, must complete all nursing courses within four years.
I have a Bachelor's (or Master's) Degree that is not in nursing. Am I eligible to apply for the BSN program?
- Yes, post-baccalaureate students are considered for admission.