1. A minimum grade of "C" is required in:
- BIOL 1810, 1820, 2800, 3500
- Chemistry 1100 and 1200
- Integrative Studies 1500
- Psychology 1000
If a grade less than "C" is earned, these courses must be repeated in order to meet prerequisite and degree requirements.
2. A minimum grade of "C+" is required in
all nursing courses. To proceed in the sequence of nursing courses, all
prerequisite nursing courses must be completed with a "C+" or better.
3. Whenever a B.S.N. student interrupts
enrollment in the three-year sequence of nursing courses (regardless of
reason), the student must apply for re-enrollment into nursing courses
at least one quarter prior to re-entry (for fall re-entry, application
must be submitted by February 1). Late submission of materials may
negatively effect the student's re-enrollment. Re-enrollment is not
guaranteed and is determined by the Professional Review Committee on an
individual basis. the full policy and procedure for re-enrollment is
located in the Department of Nursing Undergraduate Student Handbook.
4. A student receiving two grades of "C-"
(C minus) or lower in the original attempt in BIOL 1810, 1820, 2800,
3500; CHEM 1100 and 1200; a grade of "C" in any nursing course); or any
combination of these courses will no longer be able to continue in the
B.S.N. Program. A student may attempt only one nursing course twice in
the B.S.N. Program. An attempt is defined as being enrolled in a course
beyond the 25th class day. Receiving a grade of "C" or lower or a "W"
(Withdrawal) in the original attempt of any nursing course will
constitute an attempt.
5. A cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0 is required to receive the B.S.N. degree.