First year advising Pre-Health Science. Successfully Registering for your first semester. First Year Advising Presentation. Gwen Hansen and Nancy Kingsley As your guides. Pre-Health Science Pre-Nursing Nursing Progression of “Major” titles that all refer to the Nursing Major.
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Successfully Registering for your first semester
Gwen Hansen and
As your guides
In the “PPH” Building with the School of Nursing
High school language will not clear this requirement unless you passed an AP language exam with a 3 or higher
SAT Subject Exam? Doesn’t meet LOTER at this time.
If completing ASL at a community college, must complete through ALS III. See the University LOTER Web site for courses elsewhere that meet this requirement.
Two Levels of Impaction Criteria
Level One: Entry to Science Courses
Level Two: Entry to actual Nursing Program
You must apply to the School of Nursing to get admitted to the Nursing Program
Use the Nursing Web site to learn more:http://www.csusm.edu/nursing/current/prenursing/index.htmlThe Nursing Major
By the end of your first spring term, you need to have completed your A1, A2, A3 and B4 Statistics courses with grades of C or better, and have a minimum GPA in these courses of 2.75.
Students will be rank ordered and approved students will get guaranteed seats in the four science courses in their Sophomore year.
If you don’t complete these four courses with a grade of C or better, or if you don’t get selected after your first year to move into the science courses, you will have to spend an extra year trying to get into the science courses.
Our Nursing Web site, under Current Students, under Pre-Health Science Students, is full of useful information for you!
Beware of Upper-Division courses!
Do NOT take any 300 or 400 level courses during your first year!!