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1 Oakland University School of Nursing Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree INFORMATION FOR PRE-NURSING STUDENTS Effective September 1, 2010 Accelerated Second Degree BSN: The School of Nursing also offers an accelerated BSN program for students who have previously completed a bachelor degree in another field. This is a full-time, 12 month plan of study. Visit our website for more information or call (28) to request a packet of materials. ADMISSION TO OAKLAND UNIVERSITY Admission to Oakland University is required in order to be eligible for admission to the School of Nursing. Contact the University Admissions Office at (28) for information or apply online at There are no fees to apply. A separate application is required for admission to the nursing program following completion of pre-nursing courses. See Admission to the School of Nursing below. RECOMMENDED HIGH SCHOOL ACADEMIC PREPARATION Completion of four years of high school mathematics (including algebra) and one year each of college preparatory biology and chemistry with grades of at least a 3.0 B higher. In addition to presenting a recalculated (academic) cumulative grade point average of at least a 3.0 and a 20 ACT composite score. ADMISSION TO THE SCHOOL OF NURSING The pre-nursing course requirements for admission are listed on page 2. In addition, students must be in good standing at the University (minimum overall grade point average of 2.0) to qualify for admission to the School of Nursing. Note that completion of minimum requirements does not guarantee admission to the nursing program. Depending upon the applicant pool, preference for admission may be given to students who have completed five or more pre-nursing courses (excluding MTH 061or MTH 011) at Oakland University with a grade point average of 3.2 or better. Applications for admission to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree program are accepted year round from students who have satisfied all pre-nursing admission requirements or are in their final semester of completing them. Students not enrolled in the pre-nursing program at Oakland University should call the School of Nursing Advising Office at (28) to obtain an application, information packet and to speak with an adviser regarding changing their major to pre-nursing status. Students are encouraged to apply during the semester in which they are completing prenursing admission requirements. Applications will be considered for the Fall (September) and Winter (January) entry semesters on a rolling basis throughout the year. The School of Nursing application is available at: under important forms tab. Accreditation Programs offered by the School of Nursing are fully accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). 1

2 PREREQUISITE COURSEWORK 1. Before being considered for admission into the School of Nursing, you must complete the following required prenursing courses or transfer equivalents with a grade of at least a 2.8 and maintain a minimum overall grade point average in these courses of 3.2 or B+ (on a.0 scale). These courses will be used in the calculation of your prenursing grade point average. BIO 111 Biology 1 year of high school chemistry and/or CHM 090 strongly recommended BIO 121 Clinical Anatomy and Physiology 5 BIO 111 (OR BIO 205 and BIO 206 and BIO Human Anatomy, Lab and Human Physiology) (max of 5 cr. will be counted) CHM 10 Introduction to Chemical Principles CHM 201 Introduction to Organic and Biological Chemistry PSY 100 Foundations of Contemporary Psychology High school chemistry and algebra recommended; MTH 011 with grade of 2.0 or placement in higher course; or CHM 090 CHM 10 NONE 2. Complete one of the following courses with a minimum grade of 2.8. Note that the grade for the philosophy course you choose will not be included in the calculation of the pre-nursing grade point average. PHL 101 Introduction to Philosophy PHL 102 Introduction to Logic PHL 103 Introduction to Ethics PHL 107 Introduction to Symbolic Logic PHL 20 Ancient Greek Philosophy PHL 205 Medieval Philosophy PHL 206 Early Modern Philosophy 3. Complete the following course with a minimum grade of 2.8. Note that the grade for the Composition II course will not be included in the calculation of the pre-nursing grade point average. WRT 160 (RHT 160) Composition II Department prerequisite of WRT 150 if necessary.. Complete MTH 061 or MTH 011 with a minimum grade of 3.2. This requirement is waived for students who receive a score of 18 or higher on the mathematics portion of the American College Test (ACT) or who have taken an Oakland University Placement Test and have placed into MTH 062, or MTH 012, or higher. If enrolled in MTH 061, the grade received will not be included in the calculation of the pre-nursing grade point average. MTH 061 (MTH 011) Elementary Algebra 2

3 Transfer grade conversions: Records of students transferring to Oakland University from other academic institutions are evaluated and transfer credit is granted as appropriate. Grades for transfer courses do not appear on the Oakland University transcript. However, for the purposes of admission to the School of Nursing, grades for pre-nursing courses taken at other institutions are included in the pre-nursing GPA. Letter grades are converted as follows: A =.0 / A- = 3.7 / B+ = 3.3 /B = 3.0 / B- = 2.7 / C+ = 2.3 / C = 2.0 / C- = 1.7. REPEATING COURSES Students may repeat a course to improve the grade earned in a prior Oakland University enrollment, but they must do so at Oakland University. The limit is three attempts at any individual course, excluding drops or withdrawals. The repeat course must be taken on the same grading basis (numeric or pass/fail) as first attempt. Because some programs have more stringent limits, students should consult an adviser before registering to repeat a course. Students should be aware that the most recent grade will be the grade of record regardless of whether it is the highest grade earned. FEES Students who are admitted to the program will incur costs associated with the following: Clinical/Health Requirements Books Uniforms Lab Equipment (sophomore year only) Standardized Testing COURSE SEQUENCING The nursing curriculum is based upon full-time or part-time study. Students who complete non-nursing courses prior to entering the program will have a lighter course load, but will still need to complete the nursing courses in sequence. Students must complete all designated course requirements for each level of the nursing program before moving to next level. FIELD PLACEMENTS Nursing students are placed in a variety of settings throughout their academic program. The School of Nursing will provide students with a range of experiences with diverse populations, organizations, and agencies. Cooperating agencies are located in both urban and suburban settings throughout metropolitan Detroit and southeastern Michigan. ON-CAMPUS LABORATORY FACILITIES The Nursing Laboratory provides students with the opportunity to practice psychomotor, communication, and interpersonal skills in a simulated hospital setting. The lab also provides audio-visual learning aides and computerassisted instruction. For more information about the School of Nursing, or to schedule an appointment with a School of Nursing academic adviser, please contact: School of Nursing Advising Office O Dowd Hall Oakland University Rochester, MI (28) All data in this document reflects information as it was available at the publication date. School of Nursing and Oakland University reserve the right to revise all information contained in the publication at its discretion and to make reasonable changes in requirements to improve or upgrade academic and non-academic programs. O:\Prenurse\Admssion\Information Flyer Pre-Nursing Students Sept 2010 Criteria Doc 3

4 OAKLAND UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF NURSING BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING FULL TIME STANDARD PROGRAM PLAN* Effective September 1, 2010 FALL WINTER SPRING /SUMMER Prenursing **CHM 10 Intro. To Chemical Principles () **BIO 111 Biology () RHT 150 or WRT 150 Composition I () **PSY 100 Foundation of Contemporary Psychology () **CHM 201 Organic and Biological Chemistry () **BIO 121 Clinical Anatomy and Physiology (5) RHT 160 or WRT 160 Composition II () PHL 101, 102, 103, 107, 20, 205 () or 206 (select one) PSY 225 Intro to Life-Span () Developmental Psychology (This course may be taken Sp/Su of pre-nursing year or Fall of Sophomore year.) General Education () Nursing Year 1 NRS 206 Intro. To Professional Nursing (2) NRS 207 Nursing Therapeutics I (1) NRS 208/209 Health Assessment/Lab (3/1) NRS 216 Health Promotion I (3) NRS 213 Basic Clinical Competencies I (1) NRS 252 Scientific Inquiry I (2) NRS 210 Nursing Therapeutics II (2) NRS 220 Nutrition in Nursing Practice (2) NRS 227 Pathophysiology (3) NRS 302 Health Promotion II (3) NRS 303 Basic Clinical Competencies II (2) BIO 307 Intro to Human Microbiology () Nursing Year 2 NRS 308 Pharmacology in Nursing (3) NRS 326 Acute Health Needs I (5) NRS 336/337/338 Acute Care Clinical (2)*** General Education () NRS 328 Acute Health Needs II () NRS 336/337/338 Acute Care Clinical ()*** NRS 35 Nursing Care Management (2) NRS 52 Scientific Inquiry II (3) Nursing Year 3 NRS 28 Community Nursing (3) NRS 70 Chronic Health Conditions (3) NRS 71/77 Chronic Care Clinical (2+2) () General Education () NRS 72/73 Nursing Synthesis/Clinical (1/5) General Education () General Education () TOTAL CREDITS = 125 *Part time program plan is available upon request. **Courses used in the calculation of the pre-nursing grade point average. ***In the course sequence for NRS students take one course in the fall semester and two courses in the winter semester. NOTE: Completion of MTH 061 with a minimum grade of 3.2 is required for admission to the School of Nursing. This requirement is waived for students who receive a score of 18 or higher on the mathematics portion of the American College Test (ACT). GENERAL EDUCATION: Students choose one approved course from each of the following categories: Arts; Foreign Language and Culture; Formal Reasoning; Global Perspective; Literature; Natural Science and Technology; Social Science; Western Civilization; Writing Intensive in the General Education. The School of Nursing and Oakland University reserve the right to revise all information contained in this publication at its discretion and to make reasonable changes in requirements to improve or upgrade academic and non-academic programs. Classes can be cancelled without notice if enrollment does not meet minimum number established for undergraduate courses. All data in this document reflects information as it was available at the publication date. O:\Plans Of Study BSN\Revised Plan Of Study Fall Start Admission Criteria.Doc

5 EMPLOYERS STRATEGIES AREAS STAFF NURSING Medical/Surgical Specialties Pediatrics Operating Room Emergency Room Critical Care Units Labor and Delivery Newborn Units Research, Transplant, and Detoxification Units Hospitals, medical centers, physicians offices, medical groups, educational institutions, home care services Extended care facilities such as nursing homes, rehabilitation centers, and hospices Psychiatric units Public health services; local, state and federal Government institutions, armed services Church-related mission services International health care agencies Business and Industry Gain experience through externship/internship programs Work or volunteer in health care/medical settings during vacations Take electives in areas such as wellness, holistic health, medical ethics, death and dying Develop good organizational skills and ability to handle stress Plan on graduate education for positions as clinical specialist or nurse administrator COMMUNITY AGENCIES Public and private schools and camps Home Health Care Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs) Public/Community Health Day care centers, mental health centers Rural Nursing Occupational/Industrial Health Business and industry; health services centers State and local health departments Home health care agencies Hospital outpatient departments Senior centers Nurse-run clinics LONG-TERM CARE AGENCIES Nursing homes, retirement centers, residential day care Chronic Health Conditions centers Rehabilitation centers Hospice organizations INDEPENDENT PRACTICE Physicians, clinics, Health Maintenance Organization Practitioner (HMOs) Clinician Hospitals, Industries, long-term care facilities, Anesthetist colleges, public health agencies, prisons Midwife Self-employment: Independent/Joint practice Private Duty GOVERNMENT SERVICE Health agencies including Public Health Service, Indian Health Service, Veterans Administration, Civil 5 Develop knowledge and skills in management, decisionmaking, mediation, teaching, counseling, and speaking and writing Gain experience in the ability to handle emergencies including first aid procedures, work independently, and be flexible Expand knowledge of health issues related to age, cultures, religions, ethics and government policies Consider graduate preparation for nurse practitioner Plan on graduate study as nurse practitioner or nurse specialist for advancement Develop patience, ability to work with both patients and families for long periods, good listening skills Take additional courses in holistic health, death/dying, and medical ethics Plan on acquiring experience, advanced education and certification Must like to work autonomously, make Independent decisions, be self-directed, detailed oriented Master bilingual skills to be more valuable Must identify interest in medical and hospital services, research, or public health

6 EMPLOYERS STRATEGIES AREAS Service, Peace Corps/VISTA Armed services International health agencies Plan on graduate study in teaching, research, or administration for advancement Become familiar with other cultures, languages, health systems and beliefs Be prepared for combat nursing in armed services EDUCATION Vocational programs, hospitals Teaching Colleges, universities Counseling International health care organizations Admissions/Recruitment Wellness centers Public schools NURSING RESEARCH Large hospitals, medical centers Colleges, universities Centers for Nursing Research National Institute for Nursing INTERNATIONAL FIELDS Embassies, military bases, national or international International Health government agencies, private voluntary organizations, universities Business and Industry Church-related mission services World Health Organization OTHER AREAS Hospitals Marketing/Sales Business and Industry: pharmaceutical companies, Product Manager medical equipment, computers, insurance Entrepreneur Medical/Health publications Quality Assurance Universities Editor/Writer Communications Specialist Health care advertising agendas Professional associations O:\forms\Nrs What can I do with this degree green.doc Develop patience, sensitivity to needs of young adults as well as patients, and ability to accept responsibility for actions of others Take courses in education, principles and practices of teaching Need advanced degrees to teach at college/university level Develop skills in sales, marketing, and public speaking Gain experience with research through supervised independent study or course projects Develop curiosity, analytical thinking, attention to detail, persistence, and good speaking and writing skills Plan on obtaining doctoral preparation Consider advanced education as clinician or nurse practitioner to be more valuable Inquire about need for additional preparation in religious studies or similar courses Plan on obtaining minor in business or communications 6

7 BSN FAQS How do I apply to the BSN Program? You need to submit an undergraduate application to Oakland University and apply as a Pre-Nursing student. You can apply online at Once you are admitted to the University you will then need to submit an application to the School of Nursing. The School of Nursing application is at Click on Important Forms and scroll down to Basic BSN Application. When do I apply to the School of Nursing? You apply to the School of Nursing during the semester in which you are completing the required pre-nursing courses. What are the prerequisite courses? BIO 111, BIO 121, CHM 10, CHM 201, PSY 100, RHT 150 or WRT 150, RHT 160 or WRT 160, and MTH 011or Math 061. You will find the equivalent courses at community colleges at View the button on the homepage labeled Program Guides. For all colleges and universities in the State of Michigan, visit If I fail a course at OU, can I repeat it at another college? NO. If a course is taken at Oakland University, it must be repeated at Oakland University. A course may be attempted a maximum of three times. How many students do you admit into the nursing program? The number of students admitted each Fall and Winter semester varies based on the number of clinical placements available. Can I be admitted if I do not have all the prerequisites completed? Students cannot be considered for admission until they have completed all of the required pre-nursing prerequisite courses. What if I apply to the program and do not satisfy the requirements by the deadline? If for any reason you apply and fail to meet the prerequisite course requirements, you must contact the Admissions Adviser to change your application date. What is rolling admissions? Pre-requisite students are admitted to the School of Nursing on a rolling basis throughout the year. The applicant must be in good standing in the university (minimum overall GPA of 2.00). Completion of minimum requirements does not guarantee admission. Positions are filled with applicants best qualified to succeed in the nursing program. Preference is given to students who have completed five or more of their pre-nursing courses at Oakland University with a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.20 or better in the courses used in the calculation of the pre-nursing grade point average. When will I know if I am admitted to the program? Decisions are not made until all grades are posted. We generally notify students of their admission status one month after grades are available. If you are taking coursework at another college or university, you may either submit an unofficial transcript (including web transcripts or grade reports) or a letter from your professor on official school letterhead stating your name, the course number and title, and your final grade in a sealed official school envelope. All students except for second baccalaureate degree students must follow up by having official transcripts sent to the Academic Records Office, 102 O Dowd Hall, Rochester, MI If you are pursuing a second degree, you should send official transcripts directly to the School of Nursing. I am admitted into the School of Nursing for a future semester, what should I do in the meantime? You should make an appointment with your Academic Adviser in the School of Nursing for assistance with a plan of study. Generally students complete their non-nursing courses and general education requirements during this period. Where do the nursing course clinicals take place? Oakland University nursing students are assigned to many healthcare systems in the Metro area. Students do not have the option to choose their clinical placement until their final semester. Can I work while enrolled in this program? It is recommended that students enrolled in the full-time nursing program do not work. O:\Basic\BSN FAQS doc 7

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