Admission Requirements (RN-BSN Completion)
Students who wish to apply for admission into the RN-BSN comletion program must have fulffiled the following requirements:
1. Be admitted to UNCP by meeting general requirements for admission as a regular degree-seeking student.
2. Present evidence of having earned an Associate Degree in Nursing or a Hospital Diploma in nursing, from an accredited program.
3. Have a current, unrestricted North Carolina nursing license or a license with multistate practice privileges by authority of the Nurse Licensure Compact.
4. Successfully complete all but 9 semester hours of the 62 hours of general education nursing core (46 hours) and prerequisite nursing major (16 hours) courses (grade of C or better) prior to enrolling in the first nursing course.
5. A cumulative GPA of 2.8 (4.0=A) is required. Each student’s total GPA is calculated on all transferable college courses attempted at all accredited institutions of higher education according to the UNCP Admissions Office guidelines.
6. A cumulative GPA of 2.8 (4.0=A) in the following courses: College Algebra, CHEM I and Lab, CHEM II and Lab, Microbiology, Anatomy I and Anatomy II.
Requirements for RN-BSN Completion Option
|General Education and Support Courses||
|Composition: ENG 1050, 1060||
|Arts & Humanities: restricted selection *,
PHI 1010 required
|General Education Electives, *restricted selection||
|Social Sciences: PSY 1010, SOC 1020, restricted selection*||
|Natural Sciences/Math: CHM 1400, 1410; CHM lab 1120, 1130; MAT 1070 or higher||
|Physical Education: restricted selection*||
|Anatomy & Physiology: BIO 2110, 2120||
|Microbiology: BIO 3150||
|Statistics: PSY 2080, SOC 3600, or MAT 2100||
|Health Tecnology & Informatics: NUR 2000||
|Validation of Previous Nursing Education||
|Required Nursing Courses||
|NUR 3000, 3100, 3200, 3250, 3300, 4000, 4120, 4350, 4550|
*Refer to General Education Requirements section of the University catalog for restricted elective choices.
VALIDATION OF PREVIOUS NURSING EDUCATION
All RN-BSN students are granted 30 credits toward graduation after the completion of NUR 3000 and NUR 3200. These two courses validate lower level division nursing courses taken in an ADN or diploma program of nursing. The thirty semester credit hours are entered on the student’s official University transcript.
Updated: Friday, January 4, 2013
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