2021-2022 General Catalog 
    
    Sep 21, 2021  
2021-2022 General Catalog

Pre-Nursing



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This transfer guide is designed to meet the requirements for transfer to a university school of nursing that offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. This is not an Associate Degree Nursing program. Completion of the recommended courses meets the requirements for the Associate of Science degree.

Faculty advisors include Melissia Tomblin, director of nursing, Rebecca Zamora, professor of biology, Dr. Amanda Rakhshandeh, associate professor of biology, Susan Horn, assistant professor of biology, and Dr. Tori Hall, instructor of biology

Suggested Transfer Guide

BSN Transfer Preparation


Total Semester Hours: 14


Total Semester Hours: 14-15


Third Semester


Total Semester Hours: 16


Total Semester Hours: 16


Notes


**Consult faculty advisor for proper choice of course.

RN Diploma Preparation


These recommended courses are designed to meet the requirements for admission into a hospital-based school of nursing. The curriculum shown below is designed to serve as requirements for students who plan to pursue an associate’s degree or bachelor’s degree in nursing.  The completion of the following 35 hours does not meet the requirements to earn a degree from South Plains College, but it provides the proper coursework to enter a hospital-based school of nursing. Faculty advisors include Melissia Tomblin, director of nursing, Dr. Sandra Carter, professor of anatomy and physiology, Dr. Morri Hartgraves, professor of anatomy and physiology, Susan Horn, assistant professor of anatomy and physiology, Dr. Amanda Rakhshandeh, associate professor of anatomy and physiology, Phil Ricker, professor of microbiology, and Letitia Simpson, assistant professor of anatomy and physiology.

Notes


**Both BIOL 2401 and 2402 must be completed within five years prior to enrollment date at Covenant School of Nursing.
 

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