Undergraduate Admissions

Admissions Standards Designed to Make You Prepared for Success as a Student

Oak Point University offers five programs for students who have already completed their first two years of college coursework.  Each program has unique admissions requirements and prerequisite coursework:

College of Nursing

  • Pre-Licensure Nursing – Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) – for the student who wants to become a Registered Nurse.
  • Post-Licensure Nursing – Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN for RN) – for the student who is already a Registered Nurse.

College of Health Sciences

Saint Francis School of Radiography

  • Bachelor of Science in Imaging Technology – Bachelor of Science in Imaging Technology (BSIT) – for the student interested in medical imaging and radiography.
  • Post Certification – Bachelor of Science in Imaging Technology – Bachelor of Science in Imaging Technology (BSIT) – for the student who wants to build on the knowledge base of his/her ARRT Licensed Associate Degree or Certificate Program.
General Program FAQs

This section was designed to answer some of the most frequently asked questions about our programs.

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BSN Program Admissions

This program is for students who are interested in nursing. We require official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended and a cumulative, undergraduate grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.75 on a 4.00 scale. We also require a science GPA of 2.75 on a 4.00 scale calculated from your grades in General Chemistry, Microbiology, Human Anatomy Physiology I, and Anatomy and Physiology II.

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Imaging Technology

This program is for students who are interested in pursuing a career in the dynamic field of medical imaging and radiography. We require 53 semester hours of lower-division (Imaging Technology) support and general education courses to be completed at one or more regionally-accredited colleges or universities prior to entering the program.

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