Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program (Generic)

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Classes are scheduled to begin every fall and spring term.



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11550 IH 35 North

San Antonio, TX 78233

(on the Southeast corner of O'Conner and I-35, north of Loop 410)

  • Full nursing program - start to finish
  • Affordable tuition and fees

Application Process

All new students must schedule an appointment with an academic counselor before enrolling. Contact us at 210-826-7595 or email us.

The generic Bachelor of Science in Nursing students are admitted to the nursing program in the Fall and Spring terms.  BSN applications must be submitted by May 1st for the Fall term and December 1st for the Spring term.

Admission Requirements

Applicants are required to complete the Application for Admission and submit it with a $35 fee. In some cases a high school or GED transcript, and ACT or SAT scores are required. For transferring students, you must provide official transcripts from all previous colleges attended.  Prior to enrolling in nursing courses all general academic core must be completed and verified by a nursing advisor. 

Students accepted into the generic nursing program must pass a drug test and background check.  Students are also required to submit the following immunizations; hepatitis B series, annual TB test, and MMR.  Students must have current CPR certification and proof of health insurance.

Wayland’s nursing program will be limited in class size and admission is expected to be competitive. Get your application in early.

Scholarships for the nursing program are available for some students based on need and merit. 

Admission to Wayland in pre-nursing does not guarantee admission to the nursing program, as the class size will be limited.

General Academic Core

  • ENGL 1301 Composition and Rhetoric

  • ENGL 1302 Composition and Reading

  • ENGL 2301 English Literature or

  •          ENGL 2302 American Literature

  • ENGL 2303 World Literature

  • HIST 2301 U.S. History to 1877

  • HIST 2302 U.S. History since 1877

  • MATH 1304 College Algebra

  • MATH 1306 Elementary Statistics

  • RLGN 1301 Old Testament History

  • RLGN 1302 New Testament History

  • COSC 2311 Computer Applications

  • POLS 2301 Federal and State Government

  • COMS 1301 Speech Communication

  • BIOL 3408 Human Anatomy and Physiology I

  • BIOL 3409 Human Anatomy and Physiology II

  • BIOL 3410 Microbiology

  • CHEM 1401 General Chemistry I

  • SOCI 1301 Introduction to Sociology

  • PSYC 1301 General Psychology

  • PSYC 2301 Developmental Psychology

  • Foreign Language (3 semester hours)

  • EXSS courses (3 semester hours)

  • Fine Arts Elective (3 semester hours)

Nursing Courses

  • NURS 3622  Fundamentals of Nursing

  • NURS 3424  Pharmacology

  • NURS 3421  Health Assessment

  • NURS 3410  Health Promotion and Maintenance

  • NURS 3833  Adult Health I

  • NURS 3335 Mental Health Nursing

  • NURS 3423 Childbearing Family

  • NURS 4423  Pediatric Nursing

  • NURS 4348  Nursing Theories and Research

  • NURS 4653  Adult Health II

  • NURS 4332  Ethical and Legal Issues in Nursing

  • NURS 4535  Community and Public Health Nursing

  • NURS 4343  Leadership and Management

  • NURS 4211  Current Issues in Nursing

The courses must be sequential, passing each course with a C or better before continuing on to the next one.  A C will be a grade of 75 or better.

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All Financial Aid questions can be addressed with the Financial Services office by calling
210-826-7595 ext. 3.