Undergraduate students may attend Georgetown College for three years (four full-time semesters and two part-time semesters), and the University of Kentucky for two years. At the completion of this program the student will receive degrees from both institutions attended: a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Nursing Arts from Georgetown College, and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Kentucky.
To be accepted into the Dual Degree Program in Nursing, students must meet admissions requirements to the University of Kentucky College of Nursing and be approved by the Admissions Committee of Georgetown College.
- Students must have a minimum of 83 semester hours credited at Georgetown College
- Students will be required to satisfy the Cultural Enrichment Program (“CEP”) requirement by attending six events for each full-time semester at Georgetown College
- Enrollment in nursing (NUR) classes requires completion of an approved certified nursing assistant program
- Students must complete all requirements for the degree at the University of Kentucky to be eligible to receive a degree from Georgetown College
Click here to view the required curriculum. Additional information may be obtained from Dr. Mark Johnson, Program Coordinator.