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1 UNCG School of Nursing Basic Pre-Licensure BSN Degree Information The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program is designed to be completed in four academic years plus one summer session. The course requirements in the BSN program are rigorous. In order to be competitive when applying for the upper division, students must be able to perform well academically while completing semester hours (s.h.) each semester. Factors that may present special challenges to students include long distance commuting, family obligations, or financial need requiring more than hours of work a week. If such factors apply to you, work with your academic advisor to formulate a plan of study that fits your personal situation. The degree consists of four components: General Education Core Requirements (GEC), Nursing Cognate Requirements (pre-requisites for the upper division major), upper division major courses, and electives sufficient for meeting degree requirements. Students must earn a total of 122 s.h. to complete their Bachelor s degree. General Education Core Requirements (GEC): Students must complete 6-7 s.h. to meet the following requirements: Four courses in Humanities and Fine Arts: GFA (Fine Arts, Example: MUS 21) GLT (Literature, Example: CCI 205) GPR (Philosophy/Religion/Ethics, PHI 121or 220, or RCO 20 required for pre-nursing majors) GFA, GLT, or GPR (one additional course of your choice in one of the three categories) Additional General Education requirements: GHP (History, Example: HIS 211 or HIS 217) GMT (Math, STA 108 required for pre-nursing majors) GNS (Two Natural Sciences and One lab, CHE 10, CHE 110, NTR 21 required for pre-nursing) GRD1 (Reasoning and Discourse, Example: ENG 101) GRD (Reasoning and Discourse, Example: CST 105 (SI) or ENG 102) GSB (Two Social and Behavioral Sciences, PSY 121 and HDF 211 required for pre-nursing majors) Marker Requirements: Students must complete courses that have the following markers: Writing Intensive Requirements (WI) UNCG requirement for all students. You must take two writing intensive courses, one in Nursing (NUR 25) and one non-nursing class of your choice. Speaking Intensive Requirements (SI) UNCG requirement for all students. You must take two speaking intensive courses, one in Nursing (NUR 0) and one non-nursing class of your choice. Global Perspectives Courses (GL and GN) Students must complete Global courses (GL), one of which must be Global Nonwestern (GN). Try to choose classes in other categories that are also GL or GN courses. For example, MUS 21 is a GFA and GL, CCI 205 is a GLT and GL, and ATY 100 meets a Nursing Cognate Requirement and GN marker. Although foreign language is not required for the Nursing Degree, up to two semesters of foreign language may be used to help meet this requirement.

2 Choose Carefully! It is possible to complete all marker requirements without taking extra classes. Courses used to meet the GEC core category also fulfill the Marker Requirements if the course carries the indicated marker in the semester Schedule of Courses. For example, CST 105 (Introduction to Public Speaking) meets the GRD requirement, all sections are Speaking Intensive (SI). Freshmen Seminars (FMS) typically meet multiple requirements, including Writing Intensive (WI), have small class sizes, and are limited to freshmen only. We encourage freshmen to select these courses when possible. NURSING COGNATE REQUIREMENTS (Pre-Requisites for the Upper Division): Students must complete the following courses before entering the Upper Division (NUR 210, NUR 220, and 00 and 00 level Nursing Classes): Course Grade Prerequisites Required BIO 271 (Anatomy) C or better BIO 110 or BIO 111+lab (with grade of C- or better) BIO 277 (Physiology) C or better BIO 110 or BIO 111+lab (with grade of C- or better) BIO 280 (Microbiology) C or better BIO 271 or 277 HDF 211 (Lifespan Development) C or better PSY 121 (General Psychology) C or better CHE 10 (Chemistry II) C or better CHE 10 (Chemistry I) CHE 110 (lab) SOC 101, SOC 202 (GL) or C or better ATY 100 (GN) or RCO 215 (GN) NTR 21 (Nutrition) (GNS) C or better PHI 121 or 220 or RCO 20 (GPR) C or better STA 108 (Statistics) (GMT) C or better UPPER DIVISON NURSING REQUIREMENTS Students must be formally admitted to the upper division to take these courses (see page for information about application for the upper division). NUR 210 and 220 will be taught in the summer immediately preceding the 00-level nursing courses, to students who have been admitted to the upper division major. NUR 210, 220, 10, 20, 0, 50, 60, 80, 10, 15, 20, 25, 0, 5 and 0 ELECTIVE HOURS Students sometimes need to take elective hours prior to graduation. The number of electives needed varies based on your course selection and any transfer courses you might have. You must earn at least 122 hours to graduate. We highly recommend that you calculate your hours prior to entering the Upper Division to see if you will need any electives. The Upper Division nursing courses come to a total of 56 semester hours.

3 APPLICATIONS FOR THE UPPER DIVISION MAJOR Students must be formally admitted to the School of Nursing, which is an upper division major. Admission To UNCG does not guarantee admission to the upper division major. Only students who have formal, written acceptance into the School of Nursing will be permitted to register in advanced nursing courses and complete work for the major. Admission should normally be sought during the sophomore year and applications are available each year in the School of Nursing or on our website from December 1 until the late January/early February deadline posted on the front page of the application. Transcripts from all post-secondary schools attended must be submitted by January 1 st as these grades are also taken into consideration during the admissions process. Students are notified of the School s decision regarding acceptance in early to mid-march. Admission is extremely competitive as the number of applications typically exceeds the number of available spaces each year. Minimum Criteria for Admission to the upper division major, printed in the UNCG Bulletin, include: 1. Overall grade point average of.0 or higher. 2. A grade of "C" (2.0) or better in each of the following courses: BIO 271 or KIN 291, BIO 277 or KIN 292, BIO 280, HDF 211, PSY 121, CHE 10, SOC 101 or SOC 202 or ATY 100 or RCO 215, NTR 21, PHI 121 or PHI 220 or RCO 20, and STA No more than two of the above prerequisite courses may be repeated to earn the minimum grade or better. Prerequisite courses may be repeated only one time.. Score on the TEAS-V (Test of Essential Academic Skills) is due by the application deadline. Information regarding requirements for the TEAS-V test is available on the nursing website. 5. Current certification as a CNAI is a pre-requisite to NUR Matriculation into the upper division is contingent upon receipt of a satisfactory evaluation signed by the student s physician of the applicant s physical and emotional health to provide nursing care. Forms will be sent to the students who are admitted to the upper division. Due to the competitive nature of this program, successful applicants typically present much higher credentials for admission. Students may not enroll in required nursing courses without being admitted to the School. Application for admission is possible while students are still completing the prerequisite courses, but unconditional admission cannot be granted until all admission criteria have been successfully completed. Priority Admissions Priority in admission (subject to space availability) will be granted to students who meet the following criteria: 1. Enter UNCG as a new, first-time freshmen on a year plan of study. 2. Earn and maintain a cumulative GPA of.50 by the end of the third semester.. Complete all but one of the following required science courses: CHE 10 General Descriptive Chemistry II BIO 271 Human Anatomy (or KIN 291 Clinical Human Anatomy) BIO 277 Human Physiology (or KIN 292 Clinical Human Physiology) BIO 280 Fundamentals of Microbiology and at least one of the following pre-requisite courses: NTR 21 Introductory Nutrition STAT 108 Elementary Introduction to Probability and Statistics PHI 121 Contemporary Moral Problems or PHI 220 Medical Ethics or RCO 20 by the end of the third semester, with a.0 (B) or better in each course completed. Courses must be completed at UNCG.. Complete three () semesters at UNCG (minimum of 5 s.h.) 5. Meet all other admission requirements for the upper-division nursing major. Students who do not meet the criteria for Priority Admissions above, but who do meet the Minimum Criteria for Admission, may still apply for admission.

4 Minimum Criteria for Pre-Nursing Majors Prior to Admission to the Upper Division 1. Pre-nursing majors must earn and maintain a.0 or higher in order to remain a declared pre-nursing major. Students with a GPA below.0 must change to a major other than pre-nursing. 2. Students wishing to change their major to pre-nursing from another major must have a.0 or higher cumulative UNCG GPA to do so.. Incoming freshmen must have either: 1) an SAT Critical Reading score of at least 500 and an SAT Mathematics score of at least 500 or 2) an ACT Composite score of at least 21, to declare pre-nursing (PNUR) as their major. Incoming freshmen who are initially ineligible to declare pre-nursing as their major may change their major to pre-nursing after successful completion of 15 semester hours of coursework at UNCG with a GPA of at least.0.. Incoming transfer and second-degree students must have a transfer GPA of.0 or greater to declare prenursing as their major upon admission to the University. Campus Resources Due to the competitive nature of the BSN program, it is important for students to be aware of the available campus resources and to seek help when needed. Career Services: provides career testing and counseling, resume services, job fairs, and many other career related services that are free to all UNCG students. Located in EUC, Room 1 (first floor), -55, The Counseling and Testing Center: offers individual, group and couples counseling, -587 The Wellness Center: provides programs and resources to increase the University community's knowledge of wellness issues such as massage therapy and smoking cessation classes. These offices are located in the Gove Student Health Center, -190, Student Health Center: provides comprehensive health services. -50, The Office of Accessibility Resources & Services: provides direct assistance to students with disabilities to promote academic success and access to all programs and services; assess and evaluate needs of students with disabilities in order to develop appropriate programs; work cooperatively with all units of the University community to maintain an accessible climate; increase the involvement of persons with disabilities in all aspects of campus life; and provide opportunities for the University community to be aware of the physical and academic needs of persons with disabilities. Located in EUC, Room 208, -50, Students First Office (SFO) provides academic advising, first-year initiatives and programs to aid undergraduate success. Students interested in looking at other majors on campus should schedule an appointment to meet with an advisor in SFO. Located in Mossman Building, Room 061, -570, Writing and Speaking Centers: free assistance with writing projects and speaking skills, -566 Student Success Center provides a variety of programs including: Tutoring and Academic Skills Programs (TASP): Free tutoring for all students in most lower-level courses, study skills assessments, and academic workshops. Located in McIver, Room 10, -878, Special Support Services (SSS) (Services for first generation college students and students with disabilities): Individualized tutoring (all levels), Counseling & Advisement, Graduate/Professional School guidance, Academic skills assessment & development, Cultural Activities, and a Learning/Computer lab. Located in McIver, Room 10, -75, Supplemental Instruction Program (SIP) for selected courses, located in McIver, Room 10, -878

5 Year 1 Year 2 Year Year Sample -year Plan of Study for pre-nursing students Fall Semester (freshman year) Spring Semester (freshman year) BIO 110 or BIO 111+lab CHE 10 (GNS) CHE 110 Lab (GNS) ATY 100 (GN), SOC 202 (GL), or SOC 101 or RCO 215 (GN) or 1 BIO 271 or 277 & lab CHE 10 (GNS) HDF 211 (GSB) PSY 121 (GSB) FMS with WI (possibly GFA, GLT, or ENG 101 or FMS 115 GRC 101 or FFL 100 (optional) 1 or 2 GPR) Total Credit Hours 1-16 Total Credit Hours 16 *FMS courses (excluding FMS 115) are Freshman Seminars which cover a GEC requirement and a WI marker Fall Semester (sophomore year) Spring Semester (sophomore year) BIO 271, 277 or 280 & lab NTR 21 (GNS) GRD with SI marker GHP with GL or GN marker GFA with GL marker BIO 277 or 280 & lab STA 108 (GMT) GLT with GL marker PHI 121 or 220 or RCO 20 (GPR) Elective (if needed - GFA,GLT,GPR,WI) Total Credit Hours 16 Total Credit Hours 1-16 Admission to Upper Division Major NUR NUR 220 & lab Elective (if needed) 1 Total Credit Hours 5-6 Year 2 Summer Session NUR 10 & clinical NUR 20 & clinical NUR 80 & lab Elective (if needed) Fall Semester Spring Semester 5 NUR 0 & clinical 5 5 NUR 50 2 NUR 60 & clinical 5 Elective (if needed) Total Credit Hours Total Credit Hours 1-16 NUR 10 NUR 15 NUR 20 NUR 25 (clinical) Fall Semester NUR 0 & clinical NUR 5 NUR 0 (clinical) Spring Semester Total Credit Hours 1 Total Credit Hours 1 Grand Total Credit Hours = Hours to graduate: You must complete a minimum of 122 semester hours to receive your degree. If you do not need to take all of the courses listed (such as CHE 10), you must make sure to take enough hours to total at least 122 by the end of your senior year. This -year plan is an example only; your personal schedule does not need to be an exact match. NOTE: 1.The faculty encourages students to work as CNAs (I or II) during the summers between junior and senior years. 2. Contact hours each semester for the upper division are normally 5-0 hours per week.. To meet the University Requirements for full-time status, students must take a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester in fall and spring, then 6 credit hours in the summer. These hours are important for eligibility for Financial Aid.. The Curriculum for the Upper Division is currently under revision. All pre-nursing majors will receive updated information from their academic advisor once it is available. BSN Info Sheet Revised 7/22/15

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