SUNY nursing program

<p>Budget cuts hit nursing profession hard. It s not a surprised that enrollment in nursing degree programs has declined for the past few years. For those who still consider the profession, state universities could be a good alternative to expensive private universities. New York State residents should definite consider SUNY nursing programs below:</p>

<p>Binghamton University – Binghamton</a> University - Academics: Schools and Colleges: Decker School of Nursing: Prospective Students: Undergraduate
Degrees: BS, MS and PhD
Description: Admission is competitive and high school students must demonstrate strength in biology, chemistry and mathematics. Binghamton is the most competitive SUNY university center.</p>

<p>Stony Brook – Basic</a> Baccalaureate Program | School of Nursing
Degrees: BS, MS and PhD
Description: Students enter the program having completed two years of general education, 57 college credits with a grade C or better, either at the State University of New York at Stony Brook or another accredited institution. A minimum cumulative G.P.A. of 2.8 is required.</p>

<p>Buffalo - University</a> at Buffalo School of Nursing > Academics > Undergraduate > Traditional Program
Degrees: BS, MS and PhD
Description: Admission is competitive and granted on a space available basis for those who present a strong overall academic record. Traditional Program: 3.590 (average overall ) and 3.623 (nursing prerequisite), 70 students admitted, 332 applied.</p>

<p>Farmingdale State College - Nursing</a> :: Farmingdale State College
Degrees: AS, and BS
Description: Two units of defined Mathematics (Algebra, Geometry, Sequential I, II, III, Math A Math A/B, or college algebra). Biology with Laboratory (Regents score 75% and above). Chemistry with Laboratory. The nursing program is highly selective and competitive. Students who are typically admitted have a minimum grade of “B” in all of their courses.</p>

<p>College at Plattsburgh - Nursing</a> Program at SUNY Plattsburgh
Degrees: BS
Description: Admission to the major is competitive and is contingent upon academic qualifications and spaces available in the major. Freshman applicants must have completed three units of high school science including biology, chemistry, and physics or other science. Freshman applicants must have completed three units of high school mathematics.</p>