In order to be eligible for BSM Certification, candidates must meet the following requirements:Be a college student, and be enrolled in a program of study in the Bachelor of Science degree program in Nursing or Health Science that will allow the student to complete a bachelor’s degree in nursing.
In order to meet these requirements, candidates should have completed at least a one-year program of education in nursing, and the degree program must include nursing education.
Candidates who have completed a nursing program that meets the nursing degree requirements should have a minimum GPA of 3.00, a 2.0 GPA in all major areas of nursing, a high school diploma or GED, and a minimum ACT score of 18 or higher.
Candidate must have completed 3-4 years of college education, with the exception of the final year of college, in the area of nursing.
Candids should have had their degree from an accredited nursing school, which must include a minimum of 30 hours of nursing instruction in the course of the bachelor’s program in nursing and/or education, a minimum score of 60 on the nursing school’s board of nursing degree or equivalent, and completion of at least 2 years of community service.
Candidates who are seeking to graduate from college or to pursue post-graduate nursing training should have an average GPA of at or above 3.50, and have completed all required courses.
The following requirements apply to BSM candidates:The bachelor’s in nursing program must be accredited by the College Board.
The bachelor of science degree must be completed in the nursing program of the college or university in which the candidate wishes to earn his/her bachelor’s, or must be the equivalent.
Candidents must have received at least 30 hours nursing instruction from a registered nurse, and must have taken a minimum 20 hours of community care or mentoring, with at least one community service day a week.
Candide must have been a registered student in a nursing school for a minimum period of at most three years.
The candidate must be enrolled as a full-time student.
The candidates must have obtained a certification from an institution of higher education that is accredited by one of the following:The degree must have at least an 80% completion rate.
The nursing degree must include at least 100 hours of clinical nursing training.
The clinical nursing program has to be a clinical specialty program.
The certificate of nursing must include two of the three nursing certifications, or two of three nursing electives.
The BSM candidate must have attended at least 50 hours of training in nursing during the time the candidate was enrolled in the college/university of nursing or has received a certification in nursing or nursing elective training.
Candida must have had a BSM degree awarded, or have completed three years of education as a nursing student, in a community service field.
The minimum score required for BSN is a 2 on the Nursing School’s board on Nursing Elective Assessment (NSE) and the BSN candidate must not have had more than 30 hours in community care and mentored training.
The BSN Candidate must have held a nursing degree in the community service area for at least three years, and he/she must have spent at least two weeks in nursing training or in a clinical nursing field in the previous year.
The applicant must have earned a nursing certification from a nursing college or college or universities accredited by a state or regional accrediting body.
Candides who have been nursing students for three years must have a cumulative score of at the time of graduation, including a minimum total of 150 hours, and they must have passed the minimum score requirement.
Candates who have passed all requirements must have graduated from college and have passed a minimum requirement of 80% of their bachelor’s education.
A candidate who has completed the minimum requirements listed above will be considered a candidate for the BSM certification.
If an applicant is considered qualified for certification but has not passed all of the requirements listed, the BSA may recommend candidates for a review of the application.
Candidiems who have successfully completed a bachelor of nursing program will be required to complete the requirements to be certified, such as passing a minimum 100 hours in nursing as well as completing a nursing electiv-ies program of at a minimum 50 hours.
The following is a list of nursing electived courses:All students who have attended nursing courses will be certified for a nursing qualification, including the following, if applicable:The nursing program is an accredited college or school.
The college or institution is accredited and approved by the Council on Colleges and Universities (CCU) of the American Association of Colleges and Employers (AAOCE).
The college is accredited.
The institution is approved by a regulatory body that has responsibility for accreditation and supervision of education programs.
Candidas must have satisfied the following minimum requirements, if the candidate has a bachelor degree in health care, medicine, nursing, or nursing related fields:The candidate is a