- Nursing Pre-Requisities
- Program Overview
- Mission and Goals
- Program Outcomes
- Program Cost
- Information Session Schedule
- Frequently Asked Questions
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Associate Degree Nursing Program Admission Requirements
Traditional ADN applicants must meet all general program admission requirements including attendance at a program Information Session. Applications are due in February. Traditional applications have two (2) pre-requisite courses:
Pre-Requisite Courses Required:
|COURSE NUMBER||COURSE TITLE|
|BIOL 2401||Anatomy & Physiology (A&P I)|
|BIOL 2402||Anatomy & Physiology (A&P II)|
All pre-requisite courses must be completed within 7 years of making application. Applications sent without the required pre-requisite will not be accepted. Any of the other Non-RNSG degree plan courses on the degree plan can be taken prior to entering the program or after admission.
|NOTICE FOR 2022 ADMISSION TO RN PROGRAM: Students who completed BIOL 2401 and/or BIOL 2402 prior to Spring 2015 and achieved a C or better in the course(s), will have the option to complete BIOL 2404 (must achieve a C or better) to take the place of the expired course(s).|
ADN Degree Plans will be initiated upon admission to the ADN Program and will be changed if the student drops from the program. New students will be registered for the appropriate RNSG classes by ADN faculty. New students should register themselves for other required classes and, of course, select the schedule the student prefers. A calendar that details the RNSG course lecture, lab, and clinical schedules will be available to students prior to the start of the semester.
A few things to know if you are interested in applying for 2021 admission to the ADN program:
- TEAS Exam: If you are interested in admission for 2021, you may take the TEAS exam twice between March 1, 2020 and the application deadline for 2021 admissions.
- The ADN Program will only accept science classes (Anatomy and Physiology I&II; Microbiology) completed with 7 years prior to the application deadline.
2021 ADMISSION TO ADN PROGRAM
For 2021 admissions, all prerequisite courses must be completed by the end of the fall 2020 semester. All prerequisite courses are indicated in ADN degree plans.