Plan of Study for Major in Nursings: Baccalaureate Program
Requires a minimum of eight semesters of study
Plan of study for 8 semester program – academic year
NUR 228 Intro to Nur
(requires sophomore status)
NUR 230 Hlth App
NUR 231 Fund Skills
UCC Writing Course
NUR 330 Adult 1
Psys Mtl Hlth
Fine Arts –T1-D
Humanities - T2**
NUR 430 Adult 4
NUR 423 Seminar
Total Hours: 120
Applications for NUR 230/231 are accepted online ONLY during
Admission is competitive; not all qualified students may be admitted. Criteria for admission include the following. A cumulative GPA of 3.0/4.0 or higher (35%), based on a minimum of 30 semester hours completed, is required to apply and be considered for admission to the nursing program. The cumulative grade point average (GPA) is based on all undergraduate coursework attempted, including ALL attempted undergraduate transfer and non-transfer hours. Science courses, including Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, and Microbiology must be current (courses cannot be older than 7 years from the year student is applying to the School of Nursing) and repeated no more than one time. A grade of C- or less is not passing in these courses for the baccalaureate nursing program. If a course is repeated, the most recent grade earned will be used. Pre-nursing GPA (30%) (SOC 100, PSYS 100, CHEM 101, ANAT 201, and BIO 113) and repeated no more than one time. A grade of C- or less is not passing in these courses for the baccalaureate nursing program. If a course is repeated, the most recent grade earned will be used. Pre-assessment score, the NLN PAX test, is required (35%). Prority is given to Ball State matrics. Permission to enroll in nursing courses is required.
See current Baccalaureate Admission Policies for all application and admission requirements.
The baccalaureate degree in nursing/master’s degree in nursing and/ Doctor of Nursing Practice program at Ball State University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
Current at time of printing; Current UCC - 10.10.13
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