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1. Developmental/Tutorial English courses, English as a Second Language, and English for Foreign students do not satisfy the English requirement.
2. Two (2) semesters of Human Anatomy and Physiology, and one (1) semester of Microbiology, with laboratories, are required. A biology class lacking a hands-on laboratory component may not be substituted.
3. Of the four specialty clinicals, only two will be required at each level.
In addition to the requirements outlined in the Academic Rules, the following requirements apply to students matriculated in the Nursing program:
A. Matriculated Status
Because of the limited enrollment capacity of the Nursing program, a matriculated Nursing student in good academic standing who discontinues enrollment for reasons other than graduation for two or more consecutive terms (summer and winter sessions excluded) will be placed on inactive status. Readmission to the program is required and will be considered by the Nursing department.
A student will not be permitted to withdraw from a Nursing theory course after a failing grade has been earned. A student who has demonstrated a failing grade in a NUR clinical course during clinical week #3 or after will not be allowed to withdraw from that clinical course.
D. Academic Standing
E. Degree Requirements
Students matriculated in Nursing must achieve a minimal grade of M in all NUR courses and a minimum grade of C in all other required courses, except BIO 171, 172, and 205 for which a minimum of C+ is required.
Note: When a grade of C is required, a grade of C- is considered below minimum standards; when a grade of C+ is required, a grade of C is considered below minimum standards.
Note: When a grade of B or C is required, a grade of B- or C-, respectively, is considered below minimum standards; when a grade of C+ is required, a grade of C is considered below minimum standards.
*The ever-changing nature of nursing and/or refinements in instructional methods may necessitate changes in nursing curriculum requirements and policies. The faculty reserves the right to make such changes with adequate notice given to students active in the curriculum. In addition, the faculty reserves the right to review the current knowledge and skills of students who have taken a course with a NUR prefix five or more years before.