REQUIREMENTS FOR PROGRESSION AND GRADUATION
Progression in the Nursing Major
Students in the nursing major must meet specific academic standards for continued progression in the major. Students must maintain a 2.75 semester GPA in nursing major courses in order to progress; if a student does not maintain the GPA, the student will no longer be permitted to progress in the nursing major and will be advised to choose another major. Effective for students entering nursing major courses in the fall of 2016, they must also earn a minimum of a grade of C in NUTR 165 and HSC 217.
Requirements for Graduation
In order to graduate, all nursing students must fulfill these requirements:
- provide documentation of completion of 5000 NCLEX-style questions;
- complete an approved, formal, face-to-face NCLEX-RN® review course at the completion of the program; and
- satisfactorily complete all core and major courses, including NUR 417 or NUR 428.