2019-2020 Catalog

Progression Policy

Progression through the ADN program is dependent upon successful completion of each course. To progress in the nursing program a student must maintain a minimum theory grade of 75%, pass clinical, complete all formalized psychomotor skills successfully, and meet the Course Student Learning Outcomes in all nursing courses. All prerequisite courses must be completed successfully (non-nursing and nursing courses) in order to progress to the next nursing course in the sequence, i.e., NUR-101, NUR-102, NUR-201, NUR-202 and NUR-206.  Students must also achieve all End of Program Student Learning Outcomes (EPSLOs) in NUR-202.

Progression within NUR-102 requires students to successfully complete clinical outcomes for each course section, specifically maternity clinical and pediatric clinical. If a student is unsuccessful in achieving the clinical outcomes of the first section of NUR-102, they will not be allowed to progress to the next section of the course, which will result in a failure in NUR-102.

Revised: ADN Faculty Committee, 12/4/18; Reviewed: 11/19/19; Revised: 11/26/19