Nursing Traditional Track


Admission: Traditional BSN Track

Admission as a Nursing major:

  • High School Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.0 or higher, and
  • ACT of 22 or higher /SAT of 1100 or higher

Admission as Pre-Nursing Student:

  • ACT less than 22/SAT less than 1100, or
  • Test Optional: High School cumulative Grade Point Average less than 3.0

Traditional Track: Required Courses

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Additional Requirements

Students also must complete all BLUEprint requirements, with the exception of, if a student enters needing the 101-level of language, the student will take SP 101 followed by GB 270, which will also count toward Cultures and Worldview.

Note: A student may need to take one or more summer courses if they do not enter ready to take the 102-level language or needing any other prerequisite courses.

Students must earn a grade of “C” or higher in all nursing and nursing support courses required for the nursing major. For all clinical courses, the clinical component is pass/fail. A failure in the clinical practicum will result in failure of the course, regardless of classroom performance. (See the Nursing Handbook for additional information on program requirements.)

Students must maintain satisfactory progress through and completion of courses in each semester, including first year and sophomore level, in accordance with the Traditional Track Degree Plan and must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.75 to progress through the Nursing Program.

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