ADMISSIONS CRITERIA FOR
ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING PROGRAM
- Applicants for admission to the associate degree nursing program must meet the entrance requirements of the parent institution. * Admission to the Associate Degree Nursing Program requires the student to be a high school graduate or equivalent.
- Completion of one course of high school college-preparatory general chemistry with a minimum grade of â€œC,â€ or completion of one college chemistry course with a minimum grade of â€œCâ€ prior to acceptance into the nursing program
AND ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:
- SAT 480 Verbal (Critical Reading) and 540 Math or ACT English 21 and math 23. SAT and ACT scores cannot be over 5 years old.
- Completion of all approved general education courses with a GPR of 2.5 or above and completion of RDG 101 or equivalent test scores.
|BIO 210||Anatomy and Physiology I||Humanities/Fine Arts Elective|
|BIO 211||Anatomy and Physiology II||PSY 201||General Psychology|
|BIO 225||Microbiology||MAT 110||College Algebra|
|ENG 101||English Composition I||COL 101||College Orientation|
|ENG 102||English Composition II||Elective|
The general education and science courses listed above will also apply as credit toward the Associate Degree in Occupational Technology with a major in General Technology and specialization in Pre-Health Science.
All students seeking qualification through the General Education track must have either a COMPASS Reading score of 88, An ASSET Reading score of 46, an R-SAT Verbal Score of 480, or an ACT English score of 21. Students who do not meet one of these requirements must successfully complete all required reading coursework in addition to the courses listed above.
*Students are expected to graduate from the school where the initial nursing course is taken.
To enhance potential for success in the program, the faculty recommends completion of a Certified Nursing Assistant Program and work experience as a CNA.