Please see the Course Equivalency Chart in the nursing information packet for course transferability from other Washington State schools. For credits earned outside Washington State or courses not listed on the Course Equivalency Chart, please contact the nursing program office to obtain the proper waivers well in advance of applying to the nursing program. Note: These courses have other pre-requisites that cannot be waived ie. Chem&100, Psych&100, Biol&160 and a possible Math or English series. Please work closely with the nursing advisor.
Applicants who complete the following transfer-ready courses with a minimum 2.0 "C" grade will gain 2 extra points each (for a total of 4) in the application process:
(adds one extra point in the application process)
Any information provided is subject to change without notice. Please keep abreast of department changes by visiting your advisor regularly, attending information sessions and visiting the program website often.
A background in the basic sciences, along with general education college courses, is essential to prepare a student to succeed in the Nursing Program. It is critical that you work closely with an advisor in order to be fully prepared. Please read all the information carefully and make a list of your questions to ask your advisor. Assessment (ASSET or COMPASS) test scores and/or all unofficial transcripts are needed prior to the advising appointment.
Notes on the above requirements:
Important notes on all prerequisite requirements:
Nursing Dept. Coordinator
Eustenia Kasjan M.A.
Allied Health Manager Nursing Advising/Admissions
Ronda Durano MN, RN
Nursing Faculty, Clinical Liaison
Elizabeth Webber RN, MSN, CCRN
Tiffany Smith-Fromm, MN, RN
Emily Mize PhD, MN-CNS, RN
Nursing Program Director
This nursing program is
Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. (ACEN)
3343 Peachtree Rd. NE
Atlanta, GA 30326