Question from a pre-nursing student at GPC

U.S.A. Georgia


After doing a lot of research here, I am hesitant to even try to go to the GPC nursing program, right now I am knocking out all of my pre-reqs. I am wondering if I do all my pre-reqs at GPC then transfer out to another nursing program will the pre-reqs I do at GPC be accepted in another college, by that I mean some schools slightly differ with the pre-reqs required, I don't want to do all of GPC's and then try to apply for another nursing school only to be told that I have to do another pre-req the NEW school requires. Also can anyone tell me good nursing programs I could apply to the do ADN program? Thanks for any and all help. You guys are so informative!!:yeah:

Specializes in ICU Surgical Trauma.

GPC has changed and it is a good nursing program. A lot of the stuff that you read here is old information.

You can go to the website o each school that you are considering applying to and check what the requirements are. I don't fully agree with the last poster's statement...but glad I made it through and don't have to look back.

I am not sure where you are located, but my friend worked towards going to GPC and is now trying to get into a BSN program instead. They said they will have to take several new courses including a different chem and they mentioned classes like human growth and development, pathophysiology, etc. depending on which school they select. I think they are going to go apply and meet with an admissions counselor at each school they are interested in before they make a decision so the requirements are crystal clear. Best of luck!

Thanks you guys for your help, I am going to have to try and get more information on the schools that offer ADN nursingbecause I want to work while earning my BSN. Clayton State used to offer the ADN program and now I do not see it offered only the BSN. The only other program I know is Gwinnett Tech. Does anyone know of any place else that offers ADN?

Thanks again!!


I am currently taking pre-req classes at Athens Tech, which offers an ADN.

They also have a new building for Health Sciences.

Hi. Chattahooche technical College in Marietta and Georgia Highlands offer ADN program as well. You can go to their websites and see their requirements. I think their prerequisites are the same though

Specializes in CCRN, House Sup, CCT, Unit Director, ICU.

There are other ADN programs out there, but none that have an nclex pass rate like GPC. GPC is a rigorous program which will prepare you for nursing like no other.

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