More College of Nursing Policies
Calculation of averages for progression to junior and senior sequence nursing courses once a student is admitted into the nursing sequence:
- Traditional and Accelerated and R.N. to B.S.N. students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.000 each semester to continue in the Nursing program, failure to achieve this GPA each semester will result in dismissal from the College of Nursing
- Traditional, Accelerated and R.N. to B.S.N. students must have a minimum 2.000 GPA (grade of C) in each science course required in the College of Nursing B.S.N. curriculum. All required chemistry and biology courses must be successfully completed with a 2.000 (grade of C) or better in order to graduate.
- Traditional and Accelerated B.S.N. students must have a minimum 2.000 (grade of C) in each of the sophomore nursing courses (NURS 20010, NURS 20020, NURS 20030 and NURS 20950) to progress to the junior Nursing Sequence; a 2.000 (grade of C) in each of the junior nursing courses (NURS 30010, 30020, 30030, 30040, 30050 and 30060) to progress to the senior Nursing Sequence. Seniors must have a 2.000 (grade of C) in each of the senior nursing courses (NURS 40005, 40010, 40020, 40030, 40045, and 40872).
- Accelerated B.S.N. students may take NURS 30000 junior and NURS 40000 senior level courses concurrently as specified by the Accelerated B.S.N. curriculum.
- Traditional B.S.N. students may take no more than two (2) clinical courses per semester. Accelerated B.S.N. students are permitted to take three (3) clinical courses per term, as specified by the curriculum..